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CILLEY FA MILY. 



Some of the fomilj object to the implied derivation of the name 
in my first article, and refer me to the Scilly Isles, formerly spelled 
Silly, Silley and Scilley, and whose old British appellation was 
Syllah, sif^nifyiug " rock consecrated to the sun." 
' I am also referred to a rare pamphlet, in the Philadelphia 
Library, by Francis Gawler, London, 1659. On page 271 of the 
volume and 21 of the pamphlet, entitled "A Record of some per- 
secutions inflicted upon some of the Servants of the Lord in South 
Wales," kc. — meaning Quakers, — appears the following inci- 
dental mention of the name: "Again Mary Richard and Mary 
Moss of Pennarth iu Cilley for clearing their conscience to John 
Cutts, Priest were haled, and beaten and drawn up a pa^'r of stairs 
! and their feet iu the stocks by the Constable and Priestman." 
j This is in vicinity of the supposed origin of the family in Som- 
I erset Co., Eng., and with the fact, that the families of Cutts and 
I Cilley were contemporary, in N. II., may account for the name. 
i Others insist on the authority of Burke, that the name is of N'or- 
; man origin, and pursue a zigzag course through the Oxford Chro- 
j nological tables and the Advent of Saxons into Normandy till they 
place themselves in Germany and pounce on the town of Cilli, — 
spelled also Cilly and Cilley,— in the Southern part of Styria, and 

I commence the genealogy thusly : 

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i* 1 Count of Cilli. 

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Children: 

2 i Barbarra', Countess of Cilli, m. Sigismund, Emperor of 

Austria and Hungary. 

Only child: 

3 i Elizabeth', m. Albert, who was made Emperor of Austria 
' '" and Hungary by Sigismqnd. She died Dec. 24, 1442, 

and Albert Oct. 17, 1439, 'from eating melons. 
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4 i Anne*, b, , m. William, Duke of Saxony. 



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5 ii Elizabeth^, b, , m. Casimo, King of Poland. 

6 iii Ladislaus*, a posthumos son over whom, in his minority, 

the Count of Cilli was guardian, and who afterwards 
succeeded his father on the throne of Austria and 
Hungary. 
And so down the line to 
1001 Simon Cilley,* b. Apr. 1, 1817. 

But when we read that the 2 Barbarra,'^ for her libertine con- 
duct, was called the German Messalina, and is described by an 
Austrian historian as " one who believed neither God, angels or 
devil — neither hell or heaven," and consider the trouble the family 
might make in Europe by claiming their rights of succession, we 
turn with infinite relief to the fisherman magistrate of the Isles of 
Shoals and make peace in the family by saying that the undoubted 
origin of the name was from the amphibious occupations of its 
early members as fishermen and mariners, called Sea-ly (sea-like). 
It thus appears on the early records of the Isles of Shoals, written 
in a bold and very legible manner. 

When the owners of the name left the sea for the land, the 
spelling of the name for two or three generations floundered about 
like a fish out of water, until Gen. Cilley, by his revolutionary 
fame, anchored it as Cilley. 

I have been unable to connect the Isles of Shoals Sealys with 
Capt. Robert Seely, though it is evident they came from the same 
part of England. My only authority for making the three brothers 
of the Isles of Shoals sons of Capt. Robert, is that they might 
have been drawn East from Watertown, Mass., to the rocky Isles 
then bustling with enterprise and profit, but only inviting to 
young unmarried men who could " rough it," while their father 
was drawn to the more domestic surroXindings of Connecticut. 

The names Seelye and Seele are found in Massachusetts, while 
Seeley occurs frequently in Connecticut, New Jersey and Penn- 

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1 Capt. Robert Seely, Watertown, Mass., 1630, m. Mary, who 
had administration of his estate 19 Oct. 1668. Children: 



* It maj be intereaiing to know that young Simon already exhibita many traits of 
his early ancestors. He evidently does not believe any more than Earbarra, and is 
inolinei to raise the old boy nights. 



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2 i ? Jolin (Seely), Isles of Shoals, 1647, appears a5 commander of the ship Dolphin 
by power of attorney given him 11 Sept., 1659, in London (1); owned 
property on Star Island which was sold May 3 and June 19, 1651 (2). In 
1660 he bought land on the Great Island, near Portsmouth (3). Died 
near 1670, while absent at sea; probably not married (4). 
t 3 ii ? William (Sealj), probably the same whose deposition, (5) dated June 5, 1670, 
represents him as aged about 39. This deposition was sworn to before 
John Hankinge of the Shoals, and speaks of Capt. Foantain, Jlr. Green- 
land, and his own house, and also the same whose name appears as a 
signer to a writing (G) dated Apr. 5, 164(5?). 
t 4 iii ? Richard. 
i 5 iv Nathaniel. 

I 6 y 7 Obadiah. 

The following I cannot place : George, Isles of Shoals, 165.3 ; 
John, Old Norfolk, £e 24 in 1672, and Thomas Sellia, at Saco, 8 
Sept., 1665. 

3 William'' (Sealy) m. Elizabeth. The known facts of his life 
appear in previous article. Elizabeth, in a deposition dated 27 
June, 16T4:, is represented as about 36 years of age, and may have 
been a second wife. Children : 

7 i Emma, m. John Kuel in 1668 or later. 

8 ii Dorcas, m. Jas. Gibbins, Jr., 1668 or later. 

4 Richard' (Sealy), magistrate Isles of Shoals, 1653. Re- 
moved to Hampton Falls. Children : 

9 i Martha, m. John CluEf Jan. 15„1686. 
t 10 ii Thomas, m. Mary Stanyan before 1697. 
t 11 iii Benoni, m. . 

5 Nathaniel, m. 1st at Fairfield, Conn., 1649, Mary, dau. of 
Benj. Turne?;'; 2d late in 16T4, Elizabeth, widow of Obediah Gil- 
bert, former widow of Nehemiah Olmstead. Killed in action 19 
Dec, 1675. Children : 

i Nathaniel; ii Kobert; iii Benjamin; iv Joseph; v John; vi Mary; vii Sarah; 
viii Phebe; ix Rebecca. 

6 Obadiah, Stamford, Conn., m. ,the widow of John Miller of 
S., and d. 1657. Children : 

' i Obadiah; ii Cornelius; iii Jonas. 

10 Thomas' (Seally), sea captain, Hampton Falls, at Notting- 
ham, at Andover with his son Thomas for a time, and died at his 
son Joseph's while on a visit to Nottingham from AndoT-er; m. 
Ann Stanyan, dau. of John Stanyan and Mary Bradbury. Children : 



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12 i Mary, b. 2 July, 16D7; m. Daniel Lovermg Dec. 14, 1724. 

t 13 ii John, b. 6 June, 1699; spelled his name Sellea (7); m. Elizabeth E. Glid- 
den (8), dau. of John Glidden of Exeter; remov. to EidJeford (9) 1734-5. 

'^ 14 iii Abigail, b. 19 April, 1700. 

t 15 iv Joseph, b. 6 Oct., 1701. 

16 V ? Anne, b, ; m. Samuel Blake Jan. 8, 1719. 

t 17 vi Thomas, b. ; m. Abigail Enowlton Mar. 7, 1729. 

1 1 BenonP (Selley), farmer, resided in Salisbury and Sea- 
brook ; m. 1st, 28 Aug., n03, Elenor Getchell who d. June 28, 
1735-6; 2d, 9 Oct., 1739, Rachel Tappan of Kensington, N. H. 

Children : 

Br Elenor: 

18 i Mehitable, b. Fsb. 15, 1704; m. 6 Jan. 1726-7, Tho3. Eaton, Salisbury. 

19 ii Elizabeth, b. Aug. 4, 1705; m. Jan. 4, 1727-8, TTm. Smith. Salisbury. 
t 20 iii Thomas, b. June 27. 1707; m. 1st, Eliz. Fowler, 2d, Lydia French. 

21 iv Martha, b. May 21, 1709; m. July IS, 1728, Thos. Merrill, Salisbury. 

t 22 V Samuel, b. Apr. 19, 1711; m. , Martha . 

t 23 vi Eenjamia, b. (?) 1713; m. , Judith , d. 1765. 

24 Til Eleanor, b. Sept. 29, 1715; m. Mar 20, 1735-G, Bildad Dow, Salisbury. 

25 viii Sarah, b. Apr. 20, 1720; m. Mar. S, 1737, David Fowler, Salisbury. 

26 ix Dorcas, b. June 26, 1725; m. , (?) Chris. Tappan, 

By Rachel: 

27 X Mary, b. Mar. 8, 1740. 

28 xi Abagail, b. Feb. 9, 1742. 

13 John'' (Sellea) resided in Ilampton until 1T34-5, when he 
removed to Biddeford; m. Elizabeth E., dau. of John Glidden of 
Exeter ; was a mill owner and farmer. Many of his descendants 
continue the mode of spelling the name Sellea. This name will be 
repeated and his children given. 

15 Capt. Joseph^ (Ceilley) of Hampton, m. Alice Rawlins of 
Exeter, in 1724-5; she was b. in 1701 and d. in 1801. Capt. 
Joseph moved to Nottingham, was one of the early settlers, a 
farmer, agent for the proprietors of the grant, and a captain 
of militia. Children : 

29 i Anna, b. (?) 1726; m. Mills; d. . 

30 ii Polly, b. ; m. Siticlair; d. . 

31 iii Alice, b. ; m. 25 Oct., 17C0, Enoch Page; d. . 

t 32 iv Joseph, b. — 1734; m. 4 Nov., 1756, Sarah Longfellow"; d. Aug., 1799. 



°Jona. Longfellow, father of Sarah, was b. 23 May, 1714; m. Mercy Clark, 23 Oct., 
1731; she was b. 26 Dec, 1714. Children: Stephen, b. July 19, 1733; Mary, b. 15 
June, 1735; Jacob, b. 6 Nov., 1737; Sarah, b. 17 Nov., 1739; Elizabeth, b. 17 July, 
1741; Nathan, b. 30 Dec, 1743; Anna, b. 15 Oct., 1745; Hannah, b. 1 Dec. 1747; 
Daniel, b. 16 Dec, 1749; David, b, 16 Dec, 1751; Enoch, b. 14 Aug., 1753; Jona- 
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33 V Abagail, b. ; m. , Zephaniah Butler*; d. . 

t 34 vi Catting, b. — , (?) 173S; m. — , (?) 1761, Martha ilorrill; d. — , 1825. 

17 Thomas* (spelled his name Sillea) m. 7 Mar. 1729, Abagail 
Knowlton at Ilarapton Falls. lu 1745 was a soldier in Colonel 
Moore's N. H. Regiment at Louisburg and present at its capture. 
His name appears with other soldiers in a petition to the Mason- 
ian proprietors in 1750, for a grant of a township (partly in con- 
sideration of their patriotic services) nest north of Bakerstown, 
now Salisbury. The petition was granted, and he received three 
lots. The original document is now in the hands of George E. 
Emery of Lynn, Mass., one of his descendants. Thomas appears 
in the original plan of the Township of Andover, then New Brit- 
tan, and he gave Lot 22, East Div., 2d Range, to his son Jonathan 
Sillia, then a resident of Nottingham, N. H. Was with others a 
petitioner in 1739 for annexation to Massachusetts. Children : 

35 i Hannah, , Hampton Falls; m. Hilliard of Hampton Falls. 

36 ii Nancy, b. , Hampton Falls; m. Cass; moved to Sanbornton, N. H. 

37 iii Polly, b. , Hampton Falls; m Brown; moved to Epjom, N. H. 

t 38 iv Jonathan, b. 14 Sept., 1745, Hampton Falls; m. 1st Deborah Dearborn, 2d 
Mary Fellows, 3d Mrs. Williaois. 



20 Thomas*, b. 27 June, 1707 ; m. — , 1731, 1st, Elizabeth 
Fowler, who d." childless, 2d, Lydia French, in 1736, and had issue : 

39 i Jemima, b. 5 April, 1737, 

t 40 ii John, b. 14 Jan.. 1739; m. 7 Nov., 1761, Elizabeth Fowier of Salisbury. 

41 iii Elizabeth, b. 1 Nov., 1740; m. 17 Oct., 1761, Jos. Flanders of Salisbury. 

42 iv Jane, b. 26 Nov., 1742. 

43 V Lydia, b. 12 Nov., 1744; m. 11 May, 1765, Thomas Evans of Salisbury. 
t 44 vi Jacob, b. 2S Feb., 1746; m. Anna . 

45 vii Judith, b. 10 Sept., 1748. 



92 Samuel*, b. April 19, 1711 ; m. Martha . Children 

t 46 i Benjamin, b. ; m. a Miss Collins of Wearo. 

t 47 ii Thomas, b. . 

t 48 iii Jonathan, b. ; m. Hannah Greenleaf of Seabrook; d. Wearo. 

49 iv Mehitable, b. ; m. Winthrop Dow. 

50 T Elinor, b. 10 Aug., 1739; m. 7 Apr., 1757, Jno. Hunt of Salisbary. 

51 vi Mary, b. 31 Jan., 1741. 

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23 Benjamin'*, b, -r- — ; m. Judith ; they lived in Salis- 
bury, Kingston and Hawke, now Danville. He died in 1T65, vide 
Prob. Rec, Rock. Co., vol. 1765-7, p. 152 — a deposition. In a 
deed dated Jan. 6, 1770, Rock. Co. Rec, vol. 121, p. 274, mei^tion 
is made of Judith Silley, widow, and the following children : 

t 52 i 'William, Gorumtown, Mass. 
t 53 ii John, Hawke, N. H. 
t 54 iii Becjamin, New Brittan, N. H. 
f 55 'v Moses, Salisbury, Xew Boston. 

56 T Mary, m. Ebenezer Tucker, New Brittan, N. H. 
t 57 vi Samuel, Salisbury. 

58 vii ■ Elizabeth, m. Nathan Rowe, New Brittan, N. H. * 

t 59 viii Aaron, b. 1746; m. ; d. 1S05. 



32 Gen. Joseph*, b. in Nottingham ; farmer, town officer. 
He was engaged in the attack upon Fprt William and Mary in 
1774, and was among the zealous patriots of that day. Upon the 
news of the battle of Lexington, he marched for the scene of 
action at the head of one hundred volunteers from Nottingham 
and vicinity. He was appointed Major in Poor's (2d) Regiment 
by the Assembly of Xew Hampshire. As this regiment was en- 
gaged in home defense, he did not participate in the battle of the 
17th June. He was made Lt. Col. in 1776, and April 2, 1777, was 
appointed Colonel of the 1st Xew Hampshire Regiment of three 
years' men, in the Continental Army, in place of Col. Stark, 
resigned. He fought his regiment bravely at Bemus Heights, 
was at the surrender of Burgoyne, storming of Stoney Point, 
Monmouth, and other hard fought battles of the Revolution.* 
After the war he was appointed Major General of the 1st Division 
of N. H. Militia, June 22, 1786, and as such headed the troops 
that quelled the insurrection of that year ; arresting the leader of 
the rebels in the midst of his armed followers, with his own hand. 
He was successively Treasurer, Vice President and President of 
the Order of Cincinnati in X. H; a member of the Legislature 
and Councillor. Gen. Cilley was a man of great energy and 
industry ; of strong passions, yet generous and humane. He died 
in August, 1799, aged 64 years. Children : 



* Saturday. March 19th. 1779, the N. H. Assembly voted unanimously, •« that the 
worthy Col. Jos. Cilley be presented with a pair of pistols as a token of this States 
good intention to reward merit in a brave officer." 



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60 i Sarah, b. 16 Oct., 1757; m. 19 Aug., 1773, Judge Thomas Bartlett*; died 

Dec. 7, 1S33. 

61 ii Bradbury, b. 1 Feb., 1760;, m. 19 Nov., 1792, Martha, daa. of Qen. E. Poor. 

Hon. Bradbury Cilley was born in Xottingham. He was not much in 
public life, preferring the pursuits of a private citizen. He was elected a 
Representative to Congress in 1813, and served one term. In 1814 he was 
Colonel and appointed Aide on the Staff of Gov. Gilman of N. H., and 
served In that capacity two years, being on active duty in the fall of 1814. 
In 1817, was U. S. Marshal for the X. H, District. He was a man of 
large wealth, and died ia Nottingham Dec. 17, 1831, in the 72d year of 
his age, without issue, 

t 62 iii Jonathan, b. 8 Mar., 17C2; m. 5 July, 17S6, Dorcas Butler; d. . 

63 iv Joseph, b. 19 Nov., 1764; unmarried; d. 3 Dec , 1779. 

t 64 v Greenleaf, b 5 March, 1767; m. 22 May, 1788, Jennie Nealley; d. 25 
Feb., 1S08. 

t 65 vi Daniel, b. 12 Mar., 1769; m. 7 Nov., 1790, Hannah Plummer; d. 4 Dec, 1842, 
66 vii Elizabeth, b. 19 July, 1771; m. 3 April, 1791, Samuel Plummer; d. Dec. 8, 
1809. 

t 67 viii Jacob, b. 19 July, 1773; m. S Jan., 1801, Harriet, daa. of Gen. E. Poor; 
d. 22 Jan.. 1831. 
68 ix Anna,b. 22 May, 1775; m. 17 Apr., 1794, Nath'l Williams; d. 18 May, 1810. 

t 69 X Horatio Gates, b. 23 Deo, 1777; m. 17 Nov., 1802, Sally Jenness; d. 26 
Nov., 1837. 

3-1 Cutting*, b. in Xottingham ; was a farmer, town oflScer, 
and Captain during the Revolutionary War ; d. at his son John's, 
in Northfield, in 1825. 

t 70 i Eliphalet, b. 30 Aug , 1762; m. , Dolly Shaw; d. . 

» 71 ii Joseph, b. 24 Sept., 1764; unmarried; d. at sea. 

t 72 iii John, b. 30 Sept., 1766; m. , Hannah Elliot; d. Nov. 7, 1852. 

73 iv Elles, b. 27 Sept., 1768; m. (?) 1738, William Watson; d. 26 Mar., 1853. 

♦Israel Bartlett, I. 30 April, 1712; m. Lovy Alice Hall, b. June 10, 1716, on May 
7, 1738. Brother of Josiah. the signer of Declaration of Independence. Children: 

Jos. Hall, b. Mar. 7, 1739 0. 8. Sarah, b. Nov. 25, 1741 id. Thomas, b. Oct. 22, 
1745 id, Israel, b. May 8, 1748 id. Mary, b. Aug. 17, 1751 id, Josiah, b. Mar. 15, 
1753 n. 8. 

Col, Thomas Bartlett m. Sarah Cilley Aog. 19, 1773, He was Captain of a company of 
"six-weeks'" mon at Winter Hill in 1775, a Lt. Col. in Col. Oilman's Regt. in 1776, 
same in Col. Evans' Regt. in Rhode Island in 1778, and Col. of one of the N. H Regts. 
raised for the defense of West Point in 1780, — and member of Com. of Safety from May 
28, 1778 to Jan. 5, 1779. Children: 

Israel, b. 18 Jan , 1774; d. 28 April, 1859. Joseph, b. 22 Mar., 1776; d. at sea. 

Thomas, b. 24 Apr., 1778. d. 29 Sept., 1842. Jonathan, b. 2 July, 1780; d. . 

Bradbury, b. 21 Jan., 17S3; d. 1 Sept., 1869. Sarah, b. 20 July,. 1785; d. 30 May, 1786. 

Josiah, b. 31 Mar., 1737; d. . David, b. 29 April, 1769; d. . Enoch, b. 

6 July, 179: ; d. 20 Dec., 1818. Betsey, b. 6 Aug., 1793; d. 3 Nov., 1845. Jacob, b. 
16 June. 1796; d 18 Feb , 1841. Patty Cilley, b. 7 Nov , 1798; d. 6 July, 1803. 



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74 T Bradbury, b. 21 Mar., 1771; m. Burnham; moTcd East. 

t 75 vi BeDJamin, b. 16 Apr., 1773; m. Unise Meader. 

t 76 vii Mo?e?, b. 8 Feb., 1775; m. Susannah Barker. 

t 77 viii David, b. 26 Dec, 1776; m. Straw. 

t 78 ix Aaron, b. ; m. 1st Yorkj, 2d Yorke. 

t 79 X Henry, b. 11 Sept., 1785; m. Sally Sanborn; d. April 11, 1870. 

80 xi Betsey, b. ; m. Aaron Page. 

81 xii Sally, b. ; m. Eben Durgin; d. 10 Mar., 1875. 

38 Jonathan (Sillia), b. at Hampton Falls ; m. 1st, at Not- 
tingham, Deborah, b. Feb. 5, 1743, dau. of Dea. Simon Dearborn 
of Eppiug, N. n., and sister of Gen. Henry Dearborn of Revolu- 
tionary fame. He moved from Nottingham to Andover about 
1768. M. 2d, Mary, b. May 7, 1759, of Contoocook now Bosca- 
wen, dau. of Jos. Fellows, one of the first settlers in Andover. 
M. 3d, a Mrs. Williams of Grafton, N. H. Children : 

Bt First TVife: 

82 i Sarah, b. Aug. 6, 1770; m. — Nov., 1792, Willard Emery of Andover; d. at 

A. 12 Dec, 1847. 

83 ii Abagail,* b, 4 Jan., 1773; m. 17 Nov., 1796, Anthony Emery of Andover; 

d. at A.July 21, 1858. 

84 iii Polly, b. 11 Mar., 1775; m. John Fellows of Andover. 

85 iv Nancy, b. 9 June, 1779; m. Elijah Hilton of Andover. 
t 86 V Jonathan, b. 25 Dec , 1785; d. at Franklin, N^. 

Bt Seco.nd Wife: 
87 vi Deborah, b. 9 Jan., 1793; m. Ebenezer Tilton of Andover; d. in Illinois, 
t 83 vii Henry Dearborn, b. 10 Nov., 1794, 

89 viii Susannah, b. ; m. Samuel Smith of Andover. 



* Children of Abagail Cilley and Capt. Anthony Emery, son of Dr. Anthony Emery, 
who was in Col. Moore's N. H. Regt. at the capture of Louisburg: 
i John, b. Sept., 1797; d. at Andover, N. H., 16 Sept., 1S05. 
ii Willard, b. 13 Mar., 1804; m. 13 Mar., 1825, Sarah Hobart; d. 21 July, 1871, 
iii John 2d, b. Oct., 1806; d. unmarried at Andover, 1871, 



REFERENCES. 



1. Rockingham Co. Rec, vol. ii, p. 47. 2. Same, vol. iii, p. 112; vol. iv, p. 26. 
3, Same, vol. ii, p. 48. 4. Rock. Prob. Rec, vol. 1655-98, p. 91. 6. Rock. Court 
Rec., vol. 1685-87, p. 377. 6. Portsmouth Town Rec, vol. 1645-1713, p. 1. 7. Rock. 
Co, Rec, vol. XX, p. 54; vol. xxiii, p. 375. 8, Same, vol. xx, pp. 37, 447, 484. 
9, game, vol ixv, p. 462, Ubi Supra. 



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13 John*; issne (broTight forward and now given). 

/ 28.1. i John Glidden, b. 8 May, 1726. Hamp. Falls records. 

/' t 28.2 ii Elijih, b. 19 Jan., 1740; m. —, Elizabeth Young, b. 1794; d 9 July, 1829. 

! t 2^.3 iii_Jvathiin, b I.May, 1742; m. . 

( 23.4 iv Abagail, b. 10 Jan., 1745; m. Knight, of Squam I. 

iJ8.2 Elijah* was lame; a schoolmaster; d. 26 Mar., 1821. 

59.1 i Phebe, b. ; ni. Guilford. '59.2 ii Olive, b. ; d. young. 

59 3 iii George, b , pub. 20 Mar. ,17'jS to Mary Dearborn, s. p. d. — , 1820. 

I 59.4 iv Hannah, b. ; m. 11 Nov., 1809, Daniel Patterson; d. ,1849. 

59.5 V James, b. ; m, C Mar., 1S07, Jane :;eavey. Served during the war of 

j 1612 s. p. d. 1853. 

j 59.6 vi Dama, b. — ; d. infancy. f59.7 vii Elijah, b — , m. Sally Ames; d. 1855. 

1 28.3 Nathan*, ra. , d. 18 Aug., 1804. 

/ 59.8 i Hannah, b. 3 Sept., 17GC; m. , Philip Plaisted, Gorham, Me, 

\ f 59.9 ii John, b. 27 Deo., 1767; tn. , 1789, Lucy Phillips; d. 8 Aug , 1844. 

59.10 iii Caleb (?) 59.11 iv A son (?) 

I 3S.1 Thomas (Selley*), b. — ; m. — . Lived in Seabrook, and 
had issue. Sup. son of Thomas (20) by 1st wife. 

90 i Abag!»il, b. ; m. , Jacob Fowler. 

t 91 ii Thomas, b. ; m. , .Mercy A'ebber of Old York. 

92 iii Richard, b (?); m. —, 1781, Susanna Panton (Sals Rec). 

93 iv Hannah, b. ; unmarried. 

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40 John* m. Elizabeth Fowler of Salisbury (Sal. Rec), and 
had : 

t 94 i Levi, b 23 May, 1772; m. 11 Nov., 1797, Abigail Hoyt. 

f 95 ii Philip, b 1774; m. , Susaa Whipple, b. — , 1774. 

96 iii Mary, b ;m. , David Lull. 

97 iv John, b. ; m. , Mary Goodwin. 

t 93 V Aaron, b. ; m. , Louise Murray of Hopkinton, N. H, 

t 99 vi Seth Noble, b 3 Dec, 1733; m. 23 .May, 1813, Sarah Cavis; d. 27 May, 1861. 

100 vii Lydia, b. ; m , Benjamin Marshal. 

101 viii Thomas, b. , 1787; m. .Mary Hoyt, b. , 1758. 

102 ix Nancy, b. — — ; m. , Thomas Colby. 

44 Jacob* m. (?) 1T69, Anna VVhitcher. Lived in Weare, and 
died there or in Henniker, N. H., 1837 : 

t 103 i Amos, b. 27 Oct., 1770; m , 1st, 12 April, 1796, Elizabeth Blake; 2d, Ruth 
Nud, in Hampton, N' H. 

104 ii Nicholas, b. 18 Feb , 1774; m. 24 June 1799, Abagail Eiton of Seabrook. 

t 105 iii David, b. 20 Feb., 1776; tn. , Joanna Smith ot Gilaiantown. 

t 106 iv Jacob, b 7 .Jan., 1778; or. , Abagail Brown of Hampton. 

107 V Benjamin, b. ; unmarried Went to Ohio a young man and d. 

t 108 vl Richard, b. March — , 1734; la , 1811, Betsey -Swan, as 24. 

t 109 vii Jo8hua,b.— , 1786; m. —, 1809. Hannah Davie, b.—, 1787; d. 15 Feb. 1863. 

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111 ix John, b, ; unmarried. Left Salisbury and was never heard from. 

112 X 

113 si Judith, b. ; m. , Osgood Evans of E. Weare, and had: 1st, Col. 

Newell Seth, a trader, and Collector; 2ad, Olive C, m, , Moses 

Dearborn of S. Weare; 3d, Harrison, a trader, d.; 4th. Judith, un- 
married; and 5th, Susan, m. , S. L. Fogg of Manchester, N. H. 

114 xii isTancy, b. ; unmarried. 

46 Eenjamin% b. , 1744 ; m. 9 May, 1771, Elizabeth Ed- 
monds of Salisbury, b. 1731 (Sals. Rec.) ; d. in Weare, N.II.,— — 
1811 or 12. 

115 i Polly, b. . 116 ii Betsey, b, . 117 iii Sally, b. . 

•f- 118 iv Benjanain, b. ; m , 1st, , — Bean; 2d, . 

f 119 V Jonathan, b. 1776; m, , Lydia Eaton of Weare, b. 1770. 

120 vi Jenny D., b 1778. 

47 Thomas*, m. . Served during the Revolutionary war, 

and is said to have been in the battle of Bunker Hill. Was a U. S. 
pensioner. 

t 121 i Paul, b. ; m. , — Collins of Weare. 

122 ii Thomas, b ; ni. , Flanders of Weare. 

123 iii Polly, b. ; m. , — Greenleaf of Henoiker. 

124 iv Betsey, b. ; unmarried. Died in Weare. 

125 V Saul, b. ; m. . Was a minister, and moved to Pennsylvania. 

48 Jonathan*, lived in Seabrook awhile ; removed to Weare 
when young. He served as a private in Capt. Timothy Clements* 
company. Col. Pierce Long's regiment, N. H line, from August, 
1776, to August, 1777, and was regularly discharged under the 
Continental establishment. His widow, Hannah, d. 7 Nov., 1842, 
he having d. 18 Jan., 1834. 

t 126 1 Samuel, b. 16 March, 1789; m. , Hannah Elton of Weare. 

127 ii Hannah, b. — .^pril, 1787; m. , Abner Hunt of Seabrook. 

f 123 iii Winthrop, b. 17 J^ine, 1789; m., 1st, Jemima Hadlock; 2d, , Canada; 

3d, , Ohio. 

t 129 iv Jonathan, b 4 May, 1792; m., 1st, 26 Dec, 1816, Abagail Fowler of Sea- 

brook; 2d, 19 Aug , 1855, Mary Jackman of Salisbury; No issue by 2d. 

130 V Betsey, b. , 1796; m. , John Graves of Andover. 

131 vi Jane, b. , 1798; m. , Winthrop Getchell of Weare. 

5H William* (Selly), born , in Salisbury or Kingston, N. 

H. He enlisted April 11, 1758,' and was discharged November 24, 
1758. Served in Trueworthy Ladd's company (8th) of Exeter, in 
Col. John Hart's regiment, raised for the Crown Point expedition. 
A part joined the expedition against Louisburg, the remainder did 
service under Lieut. Col. Goffe, in the western part of N. H, He 

moved to Gorham, Maine, and m., , Anna Clark, b. 1 Sept., 

1733. Removed toBuckfield, and d. in Brooks, , 1818. His 

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as a son of the late Benj. Sellj of Salisbury, aud as residing in 
Gorurutown, Mass., now Gorham, Me. Children : 

t 132 i John, b. : m. 15 Dec, 1T8C, Molly Mureh. 

t 133 ii WiUiam, b. ; m., 1st, 12 May, 1793, Sarah Bonney of Turner, d. 

' 1S37; 2d, , Miss — Waterhouse. 

134 iii JIary, b. , 1756; lu. , Enoch Leathers of t-angerville. 

135 iv Abagail, b. ; m. , Richard Knight. 

136 V Elizabeth, b ; m. Benj Skillinsrs. Moved to Ohio. 

•f 137 7i Benj.iujin, b. , 1753; m , 1st, 9 April, 1703, Patty Pearson of Buck- 
town; 2d, 22 Sept , 1803, Sally Newt of Buckfield; d 1842. /J' f -/ 
133 vii Hannah, b. . m. 26 April, 1793, Caleb Lumbrr of Buckficld. 

139 viii Nelly, b. . m. , — Cluff. 

140 ix Fanny, ) j^^.j^g b. ; ni. 12 May, 17SS, Joseph Lombard. 

t 141 X Ann, 3 b. ; m. , Richard L,imbert. 

t 142 xi Peter, b. , 17CS; m. , 1800, Patty Tegro; d. 1855. 

t 143 xii Simon, b. . 1774; m. , Polly league; d. 1847. 

53 John*, m. 15 July, 1761, x\bagail, daughter of John Clark 
aud Elizabeth Cliflford of Ki.'igston, X. H. Lived awhile in An- 
dover, N. H., and moved to Tunbridge, Vt., and died there the 
beginning of the present century. Issue: 

t 144 i Daniel, b. 1 March, 17G2; m. , 17S4, .Anna Ellsworth, b. 5 August. 

1758, d, 27 Feb., 1S29; d. in Tunbridge, Vt. 

Judeth, b. 6 Dec, 1763. 

Benjimin, b. 14 October, 1765; .'m. 29 October, 17SS, Sarah Wadleigb of 

Acdover, N. H. 

Ebenozer, b. 28 Nov., 1767; m. , Polly Clement; died in Tunbridge, 

12 December, 1848. 

William, b. 27 October, 1769; m. 10 Sept, 1795, Abagail Ward; d in 

Jerico, Vt., 6 April, 1847. 

149 vi John, b. 2 April, 1772. Killed on a canal in New York. 

t 150 vii Jacob, b. 17 October, 1774; m., lit, 7 January, 1799, Srlly Chase, d , 

1804; 2d, , 1805, Sally Cheney; d. in Tunbridge, 13 October. 

1834. 

151 viii Moses, b. 25 Jan., 1777. Killed by ahorse in Poultney, Vt , when a 

young man. 

152 ix Mary*, b. 24 March, 1779; m. 21 March, 1809, Joseph Bnzzell; d. 7 

March, 1864. 
t 153 X Satchel, b. 14 Feb., 1782; m. 16 Feb., 1809, Wealthy Cummings; d. 23- 
August, 1832. Settled in New York. 

154 xi Hannah, b. 2 August, 1784; m. , Robert Richardson. 

155 xii Clark, b. 12 July, 1786; m. . Settled in N. Y , or farther west. 

54 Benjamin' b. 12 May, 1142; m. 8 Oct., 1763, Apphia Ken- 
nison, who" was b. 13 Nov., 1742, and d. 8 Nov., 1822. Lived in. 
Brentwood, Poplin and Andover. Kept a tavern at Andover Cen- 
ter, which bore the name of Ben Affy's tavern; d. 9 Mar., 1804. 

* Children of Josc-ph and Mary ^Cilley) Buzzell: i, John C. b. 7 Jan., 1810; Phebe 
C, b. 8 Oct., 1912; Lyiia S., b. 29 Nov., I.=;i4; Abagiil H M., b. 12 Deo., 1817; Oiis 
C, b. 29 March, 1819; Elizabeth H., b. 2 July, 1821. 





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t 156 i Elisha, b in Brentwood, 30 Apr., 1764; m. 10 Aug.. 1786, Sallj Keniston; 

d. 12 Feb., 1843. 
t 157 ii Benjimin, b. in Breotwood, 3 Sept., 1766; m. 23 July, 1790, Judith Cilley; 

d. 23 Mar, 13i7. 
t 158 iii Philip, b. in Poplin, 13 Sept., 1768; m. 1789, Priicilla Keniston; d. 5 Nov,, 

1816. 

159 iv *Saruh, b. in Puplin, 25 Aug. 1771; m. 10 June, 1788, Jona. Keniston, b. 

12 Feb., 1765, d. 5 June, 1834, bro. of Sally and Priscilla; d. 16 May. 
1857. 
f 160 V Job, b. in Poplia, 3 May, 1775; m. 20 Sept., 1798, Susanna Seavy, b. 25 
May, 1778, d. 23 .March, 1876; d. 17 Feb., 1S32. 

•f 161 vi Stephen, b. in Poplin, 13 Oct , 1777; m. 29 , 1806, Abagail Currier; 

d. 18 May, 1844. 
t 162 vii William, b. in Andover, 13 July, 1730; m 21 Oct , 1801, Hannah Tucker, 

d 19 Feb., 1852. 
t 163 viii Elijah, b. in Anduvcr, 28 Dec, 1782; m. 3 Oct., 1804, Rhoda Keniston, 
cousin of Jona.; d. 31 May, 1S26. 
16i is Rebecca, b. 16 Sept., 17S5; m. 28 Feb , 18D9, John Wright. 

55 Moses.* 

165 i Hannah, b. ; m. , Mosea French. 

5'^ Deacon, Samuel^ b. m. Betsey Springer. 

160 1 Dolly, b. ; m., 1st, 29 Oct , IS02, Nathaniel Ash; 2d, , Isaac 

Page. 

167 ii Sarah, b. ; m. 4 Sept., 1828, Enoch W. George. 

-. m. , Susan Springer, Sunnapee, N. H. 



168 iii Joseph. K^i^, b. 

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f 170 T Samuel, b. 1753, m. 1st. Mary Blaisdell, issue. 2d. Hannah Parker, 

none. 3d. Ann Avery, issue. . 

171 vi • Charles, b. ; m. 16 Oct., 1820, Betsey Mowe. 

172 vii Ruth, b. ; m. 1 Jan , 1805 Stephen Sleeper. 

173 viii Elizabeth, b. ; m. , William Conant. 

174 is. Bada P , b. ; m. 13 bept , 1S24, John Morrill. 

50 Aaron*, b. 1746; m. Elizabeth Dodge, b. in Beverly, 

Mass.', 17-43; d Dec. 8, 1824. He built the first saw and grist 
mill in the west part of Andover, X. II., at the head of Black- 
water river in 1795, now called Cilleyville. Issue : 

175 i Judith, b. ; m. Benjamin Cilley. 

t 176 ii Benjamin, b. 1773; m. Sarah Wren, d. 1 May, 1846, £B. 67; d. 3 Mar. 

1812 

* Jona. Keniston and Sarah Cilley had: i Benjamin, b. 10 Sopt , 1789; m. 10 Aug. 
1812; d. 9 S^po , 1863 ii and iii (twins) Apphia and Sarah, b 15 April, 1791; d. — 
iv Apphia, b. 9 April. 1793; m. 15 Oct., 1812; d 10 Nov., 1876. v Sarah, b. 19 Feb. 
1795; m —,1826. vi Jonathin, b. 3 April, 1797; m 25 May, 1818; d. 22 July, 1873 
▼ii William, b. 13 Feb., 1799; d. 11 Mar., 1353. viii Phillip, b. 10 April, 1801. ix 
Susanna, b. 8 April, 1803; d. — , — . x Rebecci, b. 4 March, 1809; m. 6 May, 1837; 
li Eliaha C, b. 21 Oct., 1807; m. 25 Dec , 1832. xii Polly M.. b. 21 Dec, 1809; d. 
16 Oct., 1829. xiii Lydia D . b. 18 June, 1812; m. 31 Jan., 1854. 



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178 iv Deborah, b. m. 11 Oct., 1792, Moses Tucker. 

179 V Betsey, b, m. Jonathan Tucker. 

1?0 vi Joanna, ) ; b 17S'); m. 24, Au2-, 1797, Henry Seavy. 

ISl vii Jennie, i ^'^^' b. 17SU; ni. , Green. 

t 1S2 viii Aaron, b. 5 June, 17S2; m. 1st 8 Xov., 1S03, Merriam Sleeper; 2d. 30 

Jan., 1806, LyJia Currier; d. 24 July, 1563. 
t 1S3 ix Jabish. b. 1786; m. 1st. Dolly Gove of Wilmot, 2d. 30 July, 1817, Mehit- 
able Currier, d. 1555 

59. T Elijah,^ (Silley.) Enlisted in the U. S. Navy durinf^ the 
war of 1812, and served on board the U. S. Ship of the Line, 
Washington. After the war, he settled in Daysville, Conn., m. 

Sally, dau. of Eliph.ilet and Alathea Ames-b. 29 Nov., 1799, 

d. Sept., 1874. He died in R. I., Feb. 1855. 

184 i Darius, b, lS23,d. 1S33. 

185 ii Elizabeth, b. 1830, m. Ephriam Rice, d. 1858. r.,, -, 

186 iii Sarah, b. 1832, to. Henry Jinks, d. 1860. 

t 187 iv George, b. U Apr., 1835, m. 1st. 22d Aug. 1860, Mary A. Graffam, d. 10 
Deo , 1871. 2d. 27 July, 1873, Sarah E. Holmes. 

■j- 183 y Willis, b.4 July, 1S37, m. 17 Apr., 1559, Elphronia Batchelder. 

159 vi Mary Ann, b 17 June, 1522, in. Ist. 4 July, Jamei J. Smith, had Edgar 

M., b. 9 Nov. 1850, Feanton, b. 7 May, 1852. Wm. E. , 2 Nov, 1854 
2d. 1 May, 18e5-Xathaniel Jinks. 

190 vii Lucy, b. , m. , George Roper, 

191 viii . 192 ix . 193 s , died young. 

o9.9 Johu% (Sellea) was a sea captain, m. 1789, (?) Lucy 
Phillips, who was b. 18 Apr., 1769, and d. 21 Oct., 1842. Died in 
Saco, 8 Aug., 1844. 

194 i John, Jr., b, 9 Feb., 1790. Lost Ft sei, fell overboard. 

195 ii Sarah E., b. 18 Apr,. 1792, m. 27 Apr., 1S17, Jno. Bryant Booth of Saeo. 

X 19C iii Nathan, b. 25 Feb., 1794, m. 1817, Abigail Wonnell of Thomaston, Me , d. 
Dec, 1822. 
197 iv Hannah, b. 21 May, 1795, va. 1821, Capt. Seth Spring of Hiram, d. 24 Mar., 
1844, living. 

t 198 T Caleb, b. 27 Mar., 1799, m. Elizabeth D. Berry, d. IS May, 1825. 

t 199 vi Barnard, b. 10 Sept , 1500; m. 14 Sept., 1802, S'atira Burnham. d. 4 Dao, 

1832. 
t 200 vii Joseph, b 31 Dec, 1801, m. 1st. 1 June 1S26, Martha A. Gordon, d 22 

Jan., 1833. 2d. 5 Jan., 1535, Mary J. Johnson, 3d living. 

201 viii Betsey, b. 31 Oct., 1803, m. 11 Nov. 1819, William S. Lowell, d. 

t 202 ix Oliver, b. 26 Sept., 1805, m. , Hannah Hodgdea, d 16 June, 1332. 

t 203 X Osman, b 5 Jan., 1809, m. Esther Hodgden, d. 1 July, 1837. d. 

204 xi Richard S., b. 18 Aug , 1810, m. , Elizabeth Hodgden,- had one dau., 

Hannah, who d. young. He served in the TJ. S. Navy, 1843 to 1845. 

62 Jonathan*, was born in Nottinghan, N. H. "When his 
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probably less than 15 years of age, with him. When the sudden 
march from Ticonderoga, took place, Jonathan was taken prisoner. 
\ As he was a mere boy, bis captor learning- who he was, took 
him to Gen. Burgoyne, who ordered that he should be treated 
kindly, and provided with a pass to join his father. He further 
ordered that he might select from the captured baggage of the 
American's (which was imiueuse), any article of clothing he might 
desire. He therefore took the best looking coat he could find. 
It pruved to have belonged to Major Hull, (afterwards the cele- 
brated Gen. Hull). He was also provided with an old horse and 
pair of saddle-bags, filled with Burgoyne's proclamations, to con- 
vey to his father. On reaching the regiment, he found it on parade 
with his father in front. The Colonel seized one of the proclama- 
tions, and having read it, ordered them all to be torn to pieces, 
and said: "Thus may the British army be scattered I" I am 
unable to find the date of liis enlistment, or his promotion to the 
rank of ensign, but in The KoU of the l^t. X. 11. Line, dated Dec. 
31, 1782, his name appears as lieutenant, with rank from May 11, 
1182. He m. 5 June, 1T86, Dorcas, dau. of Rev. Benj. and Dorcas 
(Abbott) Butler. He filled many town offices, was Justice of the 
Peace for Rock Co., Inspector and Brigade Major of the 3d. Brig- 
ade, Asst. Treasurer of the Order of Cincinnati, from 1794 to 1799, 
and Vice-President from 1709 to 1802. 

In 1804, he moved with his family to near Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Mrs. Xeff, one of his grandchildren, writes the following interest- 
ing incidents of his Western life: 

" 'Twas told me when grand-father first arrived in the City of 
Cincinnati, he signed himself Jonathan Cilley, Gentleman, but 
was soon laughed out of it. Father told me Grand-mother's car- 
riage was the first one ever drawn up the Cincinnati landing, that 
they all went down the Ohio from Wheeling on a flat boat, the 
only mode of conveyance at that time. He also told me, moving 
to the West kilk-d his father, and would also his mother had she 
not been so hardy. I am reminded of an anecdote, how some 
of their rough neighbors called one evening as the family were 
seated around their fire, and demanded a table, light, and that room 
to play cards. Grand-father, as soon as he discovered their 
errand, pushed one of them to the wall by the throat and they were 
all glad to beat a retreat. This occured at Colerain, soon after he 
went tliere, probably to test his mettle. Why grand-father did 
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a valuable portion of the city, and bad he retained it all, it would 
have been a large inheritance. Colerain was a fertile, healthy 
portion of the Miami valley and from the hills near the homestead, 
views for miles, agreeable and picturesque, were enjoyed. I sup- 
pose his large family, and perhaps a preference for the country 
took him there. It is said he desired to possess many acres of 
land. He died alone; was found in a field dead, and from appear- 
ance, it was supposed he had a fit of coughing, so violent, as to 
cause rupture a..d death. Of his military life, I have only heard 
he was sent out to take charge of the Newport barracks, opposite 
Cincinnati, but retained command only a short time; was sent out 
. by President Jefferson. 

As to appearances, I just remember at Colerian, a head, cut in 
paper and placed on black silk, framed, hanging on the wall, 
said to be a likeness of grand-father. The only thing that struck 
me as a child, was the queue. For years there has been at ^Mother's 
a crimson silk military scarf, with a sword, pistols and spurs, 
probably the same as mentioned in Gen Jos. Oilley's will, where 
he says, "Mj* best sword and rigging; my pistols and holsters, 
and my military sash I give to my son Jonathan." Grand-mother's 
children were devoted to her and much harmony prevailed one 
with the other, they were clanish, ever reverting to their home 
and kinsfolks in New Hampshire.' " 

205 i Joseph, b. 28 Dec, 1766, unmarried. Served during the war oT 1812, with 

great bravery, and was wounded. "He stepped upon a log and was 
urging his men forward by waving his sword. His prominent position 
attracted the attention of an Indian, who deliberately took aim at him 
and fireu, the ball took effect in the arm that held the sword, but aa 
his arm dropped, he caught the sword with his left hind and con- 
tinued to rally and cheer his men." d. 28 Nov , 1S28. 

206 ii Sarah, b. 7 Jan , 178.1, m. Ist. , Rev. Hugh Andrews, and had issue: 

Harriet, .Jonithan, EliiJi, Amiad*, DorcAS and Joseph Hugh m. 2d. 

Maj. Arthur Henry, d. 5 Oct. 1862. 

t 207 iii Benjimin, b. 7 Jan., 17s9, m. Martha McCormick,d. 11 Feb , IS.jl. 

t 208 iv Jonathan, b 5 Jan., 1791, m. 24 Oct . 1830, Sarah Lee, d. 29 Dec, 1874. 

209 T Dorca^-, b. 22 Sept.. 1793, m. 1st. Uzzal Gould. 2d. — June, 1834, Saml 

Milliken.s. p. d.7 .June., 1837.' 

210 vi Henry, b. 16 Apr., 1796, unmarried, d. 23 Mar., 1815. 

t 211 vii Br.dbury.b. 16 May, 1798, m 15 Feb. 1834, Harriet Hedges, d. 19 July, 1874. 

213- viii Mary, b. 25 May, 1800, m. 12 Nov., 1829, Sam'l Divis, and had issue : 

Bradbury Cilley, b. 19 Jan.. 1831, d. 10 Oct., 1854. -Hester P. b 9 

Oct, 1832, m. 6 Oct., 1857. J. P.Waterhouse, .M.D., d. 30 Aug 18C1. 

213 ix Martha Poor, b. 4 July, 1803, m. Feb., 1835, Phillip Brown, s, p. d. 23 Oct. 

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€»4 Greenleaf,* b. in Nottingham, m. Jennie, dau. of Joseph and 
Susanna (Bowdoin) Nealley. of Lee, N. H. She was b. 22 Sept., 
1772, d. 26 Mar., 1866. 

He resided iu Nottingham, was a farmer, Major in the State 
Miltia, and held at various times diifereut town offices, d. 25 Feb., 
1808. 

His wife, writes one of her grand-children, had a very pleasant 
blue eye, and was a very intelligent woman. Married when 15 years 
of age, raised a large family and retained her sight, hearing and 
mental powers till the full age of 94 years. 

To the very last she maintained her interest in all her children 
and grand-children and knew intimately the affairs of each, so that 
visits to her after years of absence would fiud her fully informed 
and prepared to couv.-^-se with them on any part of their lives 
during the absence. She seemed short and was considerably 
bowed down with the weight of years, but her voice, eye, and 
hearing showed little diminution of power till the very day of 
her death. After she was 90, she made a bed-quilt for each one 
of her grand-daughters. She was never but once sick, and occu- 
pied her accustomed place at the fireside and table, till the day 
before her death, when she quietly remarked, as they prepared a 
bed for her down stairs, that she desired no change to be made, 
as she should need a bed but a day or two. 

216 i Susanna, b. 8 Oct., lTSS,m, 14 Feb., 1816, Darid Bartlett, b. 27 Apr., 17?7, d. 
27 July, iJ^eS.and hid, i. Jane, b. 10 Sept., lS16,d. 21 Dec, 1818 ii, 
Greenleaf Cillev, b. 7 May., 182'2, m i May, 1854, Charl.,tte J Kelley. 
had Frederick D. b. U Mar., 1855, d. 21 March, 1ST7, Greenleaf K. 
b. 17 June 1^56, Charles, b. 9 Apr., 1659, William, b. 24 Feb , 18b2, 
Jecnie S., b. 25 March, 1S64. iii Jonathan, b. 11 March. 1S24, d 29 
July., 1628. iv David Frederick, b. 15 May, 1827, m. 27 Oct , 1837, 
Lawra A Towle, issue : Emma, .J., b. 13 May, IShl ; Susie H. b. 20, 
May, 18«5.; Lizzie A , b., 13 July, 18t8 ; May B , b. 25 Oct., 1875. 
Susanna, d. 10 Dec, 1858. 
f 217 ii Joseph, b. 4 Jan , 1731, in. 15 Dec, 1S24, Elizabeth Williams, living. 

218 iii Greenleaf, b. 10 Jan., 1793, d. 11 Dec, 1811. 

219 iv Frederick Augustus, b 25 Oct., 1796, , d. 6 Oct., 1315. 

220 y Sarah Longfellow, b. 14 Aug., K9"J, m. 4 Dec, 1827, Abram Plnmer, and 

had i. Sarah Jane, b. 11 Oct , 162S. d 3 Aag., 1859. ii Greecleaf 
Bradbury, b. 22 May, 1830, d. in California, 22 May, 1858. iii. 
Bradbury Greenleaf, b. 22 May, 1S:'.0, living in Warsaw, Wis. iv. 
Eliz.ibeth Ann, b. 1 Feb., 1S32, m. 7 Dec 1865, Caleb F. Edgerly of 
Eppiug, and have Sarah Jane, b. 5 Nov., 1866, and Joseph Abraham, 
b. 15 May, 1673 v. Daniel Longfellow, b. 3. Joly, 1837, m. 13 Sept., 
1869, Mary Jane Draper, living ia A\'r.rsaw, Wisconsin, vi. Joseph 
Abraham, b. 8 .June, 1*40. vii. James Shrigley, Ord, Serg't 11, 
If.H. Inf., killed at Fredericksburg, 13 Dec ls62. Living. 



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222 vii Elizabeth Ann, b. 11 Julj, 1S04, m. 7 Nov. 182G, Benj. Burley of Epping, 
N. H., and had, i. Joseph Cilley, b. 13 Jan., 1830, rn. 17 Dec. 1855, 
Sarah E., dau. of Sam'l and Sally (Bartlett) Haley of Epping, N H., 
and have Nannie, b., 5 Oct., 1S57, Harry Benj , b. 26 May, 1-67, 
^"~~- Alice, b. 23 Sept., 1870, Jennie Cilley, b. 10 Sept 1872, Benj. 
Thomas b. 26 Xov , 1S74. ii. Xannie J., b. 21 Nov., 1832, d. 5 Oct., 
18d5. Mrs. Burley d. 5 Oct., 1876. 

C5 Daniel% m. t Nov., 1190, Harriet, dau. of Samuel and 
Mary (Dole) Plamer, and .sister of the late Gov. Wra. Plumer of 
N. n. She d. 19th Feb., 1850. 

• 223 i Polly Dole, b. 11 May, 17'Jl; m. , Robert Knox; d. 27 May, 1844. 

224 ii Bradbury, b 8 May, 1703; m., let. Sally Wiggin; 2d, Mary Smith. No 
issue. Died 22 March. 1872. 
t 225 iii Samuel P., b. 12 October, 1795; m. 2 Dec," 1827, Hannah W. Critchett of 
Epsom; d. 21 June, 1875. 

226 iv Joseph, b. 20 June, 1797; ; d. 5 May, 1806. 

227 V Daniel, b. 19 April, 1804; ; d. 10 Jan., 1806. 

t 228 vi Daniel Plumer, b. 31 May, 1806; m. 13 Jan., 1836. Adelaide Ayres Haines. 

22'J vii Hannah Plumer, b. 31 May, 1806; ; d. 28 June, 1826 

t 230 viii William P., b. 24 Nov , 1808; m., 1st, 11 Feb , 1834, Emeline Whitney; 2d 

20 Nov., 1862. .Mrs. Nancy J. Dudley. 
t 231 ix Jonathan L., b. 24 Nov , 1S03; m. , Harriet Whitney. 

GT Jacob^ 01. Harriet, d:\ughter of Gen. Enoch Poor. She was 
b. 31 Jan., 1780, and d. 7 June, 1838. He served as Major in the 
militia, Civil Magistrate, and held many town oflBces at different 
periods, and was member of the State Legislature in 1802-3-6-7-8- 
10-12-13. Died 29 Jan., 1831. 

232 i Enoch Poor, b 17 Oct., 1801; unmarried; d. 25 Dec , 1820. 
t 233 ii Joseph Longfellow, b. 27 Oct., 1803; m. 22 Nov., 1837, Lavinia B. Kelley; 

d. 18 August, 1868. 
t 234 iii John Osgood, b. 12 Feb., 1800; m, 23 Oct., 1832, Henrietta Butler 

235 iv Harriet Poor, b. 22 Sept., 1811; m. 6 Sept., 1841, Rev. T. G Brair.herd, 
and had : i Harriet Poor, b. 9 Sept., 1842; ii Julia Dana, b. 24 Nov., 
1843; iii Henry Hungerford, b 31 Jan.. 1815, d 5 Feb., 1848; iv 
Martha Cilley, b. 12 Nov., 1846; V Hannah Uungerfurd, b. 22 Sept., 
1848. Died 22 Sept., 1848 

t 236 V Jacob Green, b. 6 April, 1817; m. 1st, , 1845, Emma Stark; 2d, 29 

Jan., 1861, Martha Cilley BouV^n; d. 7 Sept., 1870. 
237 vi .Martha O.-good, b. 11 Jan., 1819; m. 16 Feb., 1846, F. B. Berry, 
t 238 vii Bradbury Poor, b. 2 Jan., 1824; m. 30 Jane, 1856, Angelina Baldwin. 

•Polly Dole Cilley m. , Robert Knox, and d. 1844. Issue: i Mary Dole Cil- 
ley, b 15 Sept., 1315, m. 13 July, 1837, Hon. Asa Fowler of Concord, N. H.. son of 
Benj. and .Mehitable (Ladd) Fowler, b. 23 Feb., 1811. Issue: Frank Asa, b. 24 May, 
J842; Geo. Robert, b. 25 April, 1844, m Isabel, dau. of Hon. Josiah and Abbie Haynea 
Minot of Concord, N. H.; Clara .Maria, b. 3 June, 1847; Wm. Plumer, b. 3 Oct., 1850; 
and Edward Cilley, b. 11 Jan., 1853, m. , Sarah Watson, resides in Boston, 



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69 Horatio Gate.;*; b. in Nottingham, m. 17 Nov., 1802, Sally 
Jenness of Deeifield, who was b. 4 Aug., 1782, and d. 11 Nov., 
1865. lie lived in Deerfield, and was a man of great energy of 
character, a safe counsellor, good advocate, generous and huoiane. 
Died 26 Nov., 183T. Issue: 

239 i A daughter, b. 30 Jun, 1304. lived but a few hours, 
t 240 ii Horatio Gates, b. 25 Nov. 1S05, m. May, ]840, Deborah Jenness, d. 13 Mar., 
1S74. 

241 ill Sally Jenness, b. 2 Nov., 1807, m , d. 15 Apr., 182<3. 

242 l7 Elizabeth Ann, b 30 Aug . 1310, m Feb 1840, Rev. X. B .utoa, D. D., of 

Concord, N. H. State Historian for the last 10 years. Their chil- 
dren : Ist. Sarah CiUey, m. Gen. J. N. Patterson, grad. of Dartoiouth 
and who served 4 years and 9 mos in 2nd. N. H. Inf., during the war 
of the rebelliop; they have three children. 2d. Martha Cilley, m. J. 
G- Cilley. 3d. Jennie Louise. 

243 V Martha Osgood, b. 24 May, IS 14, resides at South Deerfield. 

244 vi Mary Jane, b. 5 June, 1816, m 5 Ost. 1S42, Ephraim Elton, lawyer, and 

graduate of Dartmouth College. Had Mary Jane and Henry. 

245 vii Joseph Bradbury, b. 30 Jan., 1819, , d. 16 Feb., 1823. 

246 viii Harriet Newell, b. 27 Oct., 1822. , d. 9 Jan , 1838. 

t 247 ix Joseph Bradbury, b 26 Dec, 1S24, m 11 Nov. 1847, Elizabeth Jenness, d. 
23 Nov., 1872. 

70 Eliphalet', a farmer. Resided in Nottingham and Epping. 

248 i Alioe, b. 5 Oct., 1788, m. , Neal of Xewmarket. 

249 ii Samuel, b. 2 Aug., 1790, unmarried, was serg't in 2lit Reg't, and died io 

the war of 1312, at Platsburg, X. Y. Hia heir.^ received his land" 
warrant. 
t 250 iii Joseph, b. 27 Sept. 1793, pub. 23 Feb , 1822, Xanoy Maloon, d. Apr., 1867. 

251 iv Abagail, b. 2 June, 1796, m. , Bean of Candia 

252 V .Jonathan, b. 4 Nov 1799, unmarried, d. in Charlestown, Mass. 

253 vi George, b , d. in New York. 

72 John®, b. in Nottingham, moved to Northfield, m. 21 Dec, 
1786, Hannah Elliott, who was b Mar., 4, 1768, and d. 10 Oct., 
1852, dau. of John Elliott of Epping, N. H. He d. 7 Nov., 1852. 

254 i Polly E b. 4 Mar , 1786, m. . Jacob Webber, b. , 1730, d 25 Aug., 

1857. 

255 ii Joseph, b. 29 Dec, 1789 m - — , d. 28 March, 1800. 

256 iii Martha B., b. 29 Apr.. 1791. m. , Jesse Rogers, b. 23 Mar., 1787, d. 4 

Aug., 1852, d. 10 June, 1667. 
t 257 iv John Jr., b. 25 Mar., 1793, m. Ijt. , Betsey Hill, 2nd. , Lucy Blod- 

gett, living. 
t 258 V Abraham B., b. 12 March, 1795, m. 25 May, 1814, Rebecca Dow, b. 19 Jaa., 

1796, d 22 .Mar., 1873, d. 5 Apr 1S75. 
t 259 vi Sewall, b 30 M«. I'Hl, m. , 1820, Rebecca Miers, she was b. 31 Oct , 

1799, be died 6 Apr. 1874. 






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260 Tii Lydia, b. 8 July, 1798, m. , d. 8 Jan'y, ISuO. 

t 261 viii Jonathan E., b. 24 July, 1800, m. Ist. Elizabeth C. Taylor, b. 8 Mar. 1808, 
d. 4. March, 1848, 2J. Lucinda Burbank, b. 16 June, 1S12. Living. 

262 i.x Naomi E., b. 24 Apr. 1802, m. , 1834, Geo. TV. Currier, who was b. 

July 13, 1SI4. 
t 263 X Daniel E., b. 3 May, 1801, m. lat. 20 Dec. 1827, Betsy P. Cilley. 2nd. 6 

Nov. 1863, Martha Barohutn, b. 19 Aug., 1S32. 
t 264 xi James C, b. 23 March, 1806, m, 10 May, 1827, Irena S. Rand, lives in 
Belmont, N. H. 

265 xii Sophronia, b. 27 July, 1S03, , d. 1 Aug. 1808. ^ 

t 266 xiii Hiram, b. 27 July, 1310, m 28 Jan. 1830, Nancy G. Kimball, b 10 Deo., 
1813. 

267 xiv William P., b. 30 March, 1813, killed by a falling tree, Nov. 8, 1825, 

74 Bradbury,* b. in Nottingham, m. 1801, Susan Straw, 
moved to Newfield, Me., was a Major in militia, d. 5 Sept. 1832. 

268 i Kitty, b. 1802, m. , Wm. Dunnels of Newfield, and had Zachariah, Ag- 

nes, Armind, Abial. John, .A.aron, Catherine, Cileb, Susia Murrell. 

269 ii Betsy, b. 1804, m. , Silas Durgin of Limerick, Me., and had Frederick, 

Bradbury C, Silas, Caleb, .A.lonzo, Muiiroe, Ilenry, Frank. 

270 iii Mary, b. 1S06, m. , Cau'i Heath of Shapleigh, and had Kufus Wil- 

liam, Mary Jane, Eliza Ann, Matilda E., Charles E. 

271 iv Susan, b, lS08,d. s p. 

272 V Louisa, b. 1S12, m. , Sam'l Cole of Saco, g. p. d. 3 Aug., 1842. 

273 vi Harriet Newell, b. 28 Oct., 1816, m. 18 Aug. 1S35, Obadiah T. Guptill, of 

Saco, Me., and had. i. Ferdinand W , b. 7 Mar., 1837, new- a lawyer 
and Deputy Collector of Customs of Saco, Me. ii. 'Clara Augusta, b. 
11 Feb. 1839, lives in Biddeford. iii Ira Clark, lives in Kennebunk. 

75 Benjamin,® b. in Nottingham, m. Eunice Meader. 

274 i Abigail, b. 10 July, 1795, m. Chandler. 

275 ii Nancy Williams, b. 16, Deo., 1797. 

276 iii Joseph Freemin.b. 16 Deo , 1801, lives in Epson, N. H. No issue. 

277 iv Maria, b. 19 March, 1805. 

278 v Elvina, b. 13 Apr., 1811. 

76 Moses*, after called Morgan, was b. and resided in Not- 
tingham, a farmer, m. 1st. 29 Sept. 1793, Susanna Barker. 2d. 
20 Oct 1831, Olive Blaisdell. 

279 i Cutting 2d.,b. 23 Jan.. 1794. 

280 ii Moses, b. 3 June. 1797. 281 iii Jacob, "b. 1 Dec. 1801. 232 iv Jotham 

Ringe Roger, b 13 Apr. 1806. 283, v Chandler, b. 2J Mar., 1808. 
284 vi William Guy, b. 7 May, 1810. 285 vii Gardner, b. 1 May, 
1812. They all died young. 

77 David% b. 26 Dec, 1776, in Nottingham, m. 16 Jan., 1798 
Polly Straw of Epping. 

236 i Martha, b. , m. , Greenleaf Emerson. 

287 ii Joseph, b. , tn, , Burnham, and had children, but all died young. 



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78 Aa^on^ b. 10 Dec, 1781, m. 1st. Mary York, 2d. Polly 
York, 3d. April 1838, Mrs. Mary Randall of Northwood. 

288 i Samuel, b. 10 Ncv , 1S03. | 

2S:) ii JohQ, b. 9 Sept. 1S04, m. Betsey Browa, d. 12 Dec, 1875. I 

290 iii Abigail, b. 10 Apr., 1810, m. Deo. 1831 , Rufus Roberts. f 

t 291 iv Joseph Shephard, b. 11 Oct., 1818, m. 1845, Mahala A. Evans, lives in North- 1 

wood. I 

79 Henry*, b. , m. 23 Nov., 1809, Sally Sanborn. | 

292 ^ r.etsy P. b. 25 Miirch, 1810, m. 20 Dec, 1827, Daa'l E. Cilley. d. 13 Feb., | 

1862. I 

293 U Samuel, b. 19 Aug., 1813, unmarried, d. in S. Xewmarket. | 

294 iii Jonathaa S., b. 2 Feb., ISlS.m. , Ana Blaisdell, no issue. | 

86 Jonathan*, (Celley) b. 25 Dec, 1786, m. Jan. 1808, Betsy i 
Hilton of Andover, d. iu Franklin, X. H., 15 Oct., 1872. | 

295 i Mary, b. 24 May, ISIO, m. 10 Sept., 1332, Alvah Buzzell of Parsonville, 

Me., d. 17 May, 1865. I 

296 ii Abagail. b. 16 May, 1812. , d. 15 June, 1836. "' 

t 297 iii Henry Dearborn, b. 20 June, 1814, m. 12 Apr., 1840, Susin F. Fuller, of 

Andover, N. H. i 

298 iv Sally IL, b. 17 Dec , ISIG, m. 18 Mar., 1848. Wm. Proctor, of Franklin, ) 

N. H., and had George, Warren and ilary Jane. ! 

88 Henry Dearborn*, b. 10 Nov., 1795, m. May, 1823, Susan ] 
Sanborn, d. 30 Jan., 18-it. | 

t 299 i Jonathan, b. 10 Jan., 1825, an. 1 Jan. 1852, Elizabeth Wall. | 

300 ii Mary, b. , d. in Andover. ; 

?01 iii William H., b. 15 Mar., 1835, unmarried. , j 

91 Thomas*, (Selley) b. , m. , Mercy Webber of Old 

York, lived in Seabrook, served in the war of 1812. j 

302 i Dolly, b. , m. 27 Feb., 1815, David Bagley. | 

t 303 ii Jamea, b. 24 Mar , 1798. m lit. 29 N'ov. IS18, Elizibath Rows. b. 1785, d, | 
1848. 2d. , Lavinia Mo Donnell, living, Kensington. 

304 iii Lydia, b. , unmarried. 

305 iv Edwin, b. , m. , Mirriam Dow, had twins, both d. young. 

t 306 y Mark, b. , m. , Mary Dow. 

307 vi Maria, b. , m 1st. Nehemiah Brown, 2nd. John Kilburn. 

t 308 vii William, b. — m. Ist. Batsey Brown, 2nd. AVrighc. 

309 viii Washington, b. , unmarried. 

310 ix Betsy, b. 22 Dec. 1812, m. 1827, James Johnson, living in Seabrook. 

311 X Susan, b. " " " m. Ist. 9 Jan. 1837, Nathan Kilburn. 2d. Benj. 

Howard. 

94 Levi*, had : 

t 312 i Amos Wood, b. 8 Jane, 1798, m. , Mehitable Melvin, d. July, 1869. 

t 313 ii John, b. 20 Sept , 18')1, m. Judith Cilley, d. 20 Sept. 1*^54. 

t 314 iii Ambrose Chase, b. U June, 1803, m. , Ruth M. Eaton, d. 11 June, 1833. 



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315 iv Abagail H., b. 10 March, 1805, m. David T. Straw, living in E "Weare. 

316 r Elizabeth, b. 12 Nov ISll, unmarried, d. 14 Nov. 18:53. 

317 vi Benjamin H., b. 24 Oct., 1S13, unmarried, , d. 27 Nov. 1840, 

f 31S vii Joseph Worthen, b. 23 June, 1817, m. 4 Feb., 1840, Lydia Bartlett, living 
in Weare. 

9J Phillips b. 1T74, m. Susan Whipple, b. 1774. Was a phy- 
sician. 

319 i Elbridge. 320 ii . 321 iii . 322 iv . 323 v . 

©7 John*, b. , m. , Mary Goodwin. 

324 i . rib ii . 

08 Aaron*, b. , m. , Louisa Murray. Kept a hotel in 

Gofl'stown, N. n. and Bucksport, Me.; afterwards, went into trade 
at Bucksport, 

326 i Maria Sibley, b. 12 July, 1801 in ITopkinton, N. H. 

327 ii Sophronia, b. 13 Dec, 1802 in Weare, N. H. 

328 iii Elizabeth Fowler, b, 11 Aug., 1806 in Weare, N.H., living in Bucksport Me. 

329 iv Leander, b. 17 Apr., 1808, in Weare, N. H. 

330 V George Washington, b. 28 Jan., 1813, in Bucksport, Me. 

331 vi 332 vii 

09 Seth Noble*, m. Sarah dau. of Cavis, was a farmer, 

represented his town for three years in the State Legislature, held 
various town officies. 

t 333 i Jobn C, b 10 Maroh, 1814; m. 1st. 18 Sept., 1350. Patience Martin; 2d, 
30 June, 1859, Lydia Whitaker. 

334 ii Elizabeth L., b. 9 June, 1815; m. 10 Oct., 1839, Hon. John L. Hidley of 

S. Weare, Secretary of State for many years. Issue: George L., 
Mary Louiae, Charles John, Sarah Mehitable and Henry Philip. 

335 iii Mary A., b. 31 Jan., 1817; m. 15 March, 1847, Nathan McCoy of S. Weare. 

Had issue: James Noble, b. 11 Dec, 1848; m. 1st, 1 Deo , 1868, Alice 
Cornelia Andrews of Cedar Rspids, Iowa; 2d, 1 Dec, 1873, Alice 
Frothinghain Edmunds of Uopkinton, Vt , and they have: Alice Cor- 
telia, b. 24 April, 1875. 

336 iv Philip Noble, b. 9 March, 1321; m. lat, 23 April, 1851, Caroline Sarah 

SafFord; 2d, 14 April, 1859, Sarah Karb Whitman. 

lOB Thomas, b. , 1787, m. Mary Hoyt, b. 1758. 

337 i ; 333 ii ; 339 iii — ■- — ; 340 iv ; 341 v . 



103 Amos*, , m. Ist. Elizabeth Blake, 2d. Ruth Nud of 

Ilampton, N.H. 

Br First WrFE: 

342 i Oliver, b. — ; d. in Havana, W. I., of jellow fever. 

343 ii Betoey, b ; dead. 

3t4 iii Amos, b. ;died in Boston. 

Br Second Wipe: 
t 345 iv Justin, b. ; m. 1 April, 1831, Mary Ann ; d, 16 Sept., 1862. 



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t 346 V William, b. 7 Oct., 1S17; m. Ist, — May, 1846, Lauretta E. Piper; 2d, 9 
Nov., 1858, Elizabeth A. Gerry. 

347 vi John, died young. 

348 vii Jlary, «' «« 

349 viii Oliver. «« " 

104 Nicholas', , m. 2i June, 1799, Abagail Eaton of Sea- \ 

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350 i . 351 ii 352 iii . 35."^ iv 354 v . % 

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105 David®, , m. Joanna Smith of Gilmantown. He 

resided there. |; 

355 i William, b. | 

35C ii Nancy b. . m. , Eliphalet F. Gilman of Gilmantowo, and had Bet^y ': 

Ann and Charlotte, both dead. . t 

357 iii Alfred, b. , d. young. ?,: 

358 iv Hannah, b. , 359 v Stratton,b. . 360 vi David, b. . unmar- ^ 

ried and d. L 

361 vii Mary Ann, b. , m. , Bradley of Vt. f 

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108 Jacob% m. Abagail Brown of Hampton Falls, X. H., d. 
May 1851, was a sailor and resided a while in PittsSeld, N. H., in 
1825, moved to Atkinson, Me., d, 21 Mar., 1864. ^ • r 

t 362 i Jonathan F., b. 24 Feb., 1801, m. 23 Jan , 1823, Mehitable Hilliard. | 

t 363 ii Isaac B., b. 4 Oct., 1S04, m. , Bet«y Blake. | 

t.3e4 iii Daniel C.b. 8 Sept., 1806, m. 23 Oot., 132S, Abagail Blake, d. 24 Aug., ^ 

1873. ° f 

365 iv Benj. S, b. 1809, m. 1st. , Susan Moulton of 3ebec. 2d. Anna 

Glidden, s. p. 

366 V Jacob, b. 29 Dec, 1811, m. 25 Sept., 1837, Frances Adams, of N". H., 8. p. 

d. 21 Jan., 1850. 

367 vi Jemima A , b. 4. Oct., 1815, m. 25 Nov., 1840, Jos. M. Batohelder of Dover 

Me., a member of Co. G., 1st. Me Heavy Art'y, lost an arm and 
otherwise injured, before Petersburg, Jane 18, 1864. 

368 vii Eliza J., b. 18 June, 1817, m. 25 May, 1840, Alson L. Gary of Bradford, 

Me. 

108 Joshua', b. in Seabrook, N. H., m. Hannah Davie of 
New London, X. H., b. 1784, he d. 15 Feb. 1863. | 

369 i Josiah, b. 1810, , d.'in infancy. | 

t 370 ii Richard, b. 4 Jan., 1312, m. , 1842, Desire Tabbs of Deering, N. H. f. 

371 iii Mahala, b. Jan., 1814, , m. Arthur L. Clifford. I 

372 iv Lorenzo, b. July, 1816, m. , Ruth Flanders. | 

373 T Adeline, b. Jan., 1818, , d. 1832. |' 

374 vi Florilla, b. Jan., 1820, m. , John Ryder. | 

375 vii Hannah, b. , 1822, m. , Geo. Emerson, d. , 1876. | 

376 viii Nancy, b. , 1824, m. , Wm. A. Hill. " 



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377 ix Charlotte, b. , 1S2G, m. , Amos S. George. 

373 X Josiah D., b. JIarch, 1331, m. . Lucy Kimball. 

109 Richard*, b. March, 1784, -, m. 1811, Betsy Swan, 

se. 21:. Moved to Gilmantowu, X. H., back to Weare, clothier 
for two years, thence to Concord, as a farmer, and in Sept., 1826, 
moved to Underbill, Yt., where he died, 28 Nov., 1855. His wife 
d. at Brandon, Vt , 16 Dec, ISTO, 

379 i Eliza, b. 17 Aug., 1311, m. Jan., 1829, Howe, d. 4 July, 1840, 

330 ii Emily, b. 12 Mar , 1313, m. , d. 14 May, 1844. 

f 381 ill Joseph S , b. 21 March, 1815, m. 23 May, 1340, Albiaa Crane. 

t 382 iv Walter H., b 23 Xo7., 1821. m. 26 Apr., 1S46 

110 Enoch^ b. , m. , Hannah Wallace of Henniker, 

lived iu Weare, and E. Deering; was a school-master. 

383 i Wallace, b. , unmarried, lirea in E. Deering, N. H. 

384 ii Mary Ann. b. , m. , Capt. Quint, of Keene, N. H., d. . 

lis Benjamin/ b. , m. 1st., Bean. 2d. 

385 i Moses, 336 ii Madison, 337 iii Benjamin, 333 iv Ezra, 339 v Munroe: b. 

119 Jonathau% b. , m. , Lydia Eaton of Weare, lived 

the latter part of his life in ^Manchester, X. H. 

390 i Judith, b. 1302, ra. , John Cilley. (313) 

391 ii Ruth, b. ISul, m. , Mc3 63 Johnson of Weare. 

392 iii Avila, b. , m. , Berry of Pittsfield. 

393 iv Albert, b. 1S06. 394 v Benjamia, b. 1803. 395 vi Tristam, b. 1312. 396 

vii Alfred, b 1830. 

397 viii Lydia, b. 1811, unmarried. 

398 ix Eliza Jane, b. 1815, unmarried. 

399 X Harriet, b. 1837 " 

liJl Paul', b. , m. , Collins of Weare. 

t 400 i Simmons B., b. 10 Jan., 1798, m. , Mary Parker Ayer, d. 18 Nov. 1870 . 

401 ii Benjamin, b. 

462 iii Charles, b. Bridgewater, Vt. 

403 iv Sally, b. 

404 V Thomas, b. 

405 vi Samuel, b. 

406 vii Mary, b. , m. , Messer of Methuen. 

407 viii Eliza, b. , m. , Bragg of Lowell. 

408 ix Sarah, b. , m. , Flanders of Henniker. 

t 409 X Jonathan, b. , m. , " ' " 

410 X Jane, b. , m. , Moses Marshall of Canaan. 

192 ThomasS b. , m. , Flanders of Weare. 

411 i . 412 ii . 413 iii . 

125 Saul*, b. , m. . Went to Pennsjlvania, a min- 
ister. 

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126 SamiTel*, b. 16 March, 1785, m. , Hannah Eaton of 

Weare. 

418 i Susan, b. , m. , Kenistoa of Weare, N. H. 

419 ii Samuel, b. , , drowned. '> <v. 

1 28 WinthropS b. 17 June, 17 S9, m. Ist. , Jemima Ilead- 

stock of Weare, 2d. in Canada, 3d. , in Ohio, lived at 

Vermillion City, Harrison Co., Ohio, and had issue by 1st wife. 

420 i William Clinton, b. in Weare, m. , of Boston, Mass., and had two girls. 

t 421 ii Calvin Ira, b. 31 Oat., 1817. m. 16 Feb. 1342, Diintha A. Worden, in Wat- 

erville. Me. 

422 iii Sjlvia, b. , m. , Habbard, lives in W.iyne, Wayne, Co., Mich. 

423 iv Caroline, b. , m. , Frazier in E. Weare, N. H. 

424 V 425 vi, 426 vii, 427 viii, 42S is, 429 x, by last wife. 

129 Jonathan*, Served in the war of 1S12, was a sea cap- | 
tain until about 45 years of age, then a farmer in Seabrook for a |- 
year or so, settled in Salisbury iu 1822, now living. | 

430 i Margaret L., b. 9 Nov. 1S16, m.22 Jan. 1839, Jos W. Currier, Salisbury. | 

431 ii Hannah G. b. 3 Nov., UiO, m. 24 Dec. 134G, Jacob B. Collins, Sdlisbury, ^ 

d. 17 .Mar., 1S47. I 

432 iii Abigail E , b. 12 Oet., 1S23, unmarried, , d. 25 May, 1376. ^ 

■ 433 iv Calesta B., b. 28 Oct., 1S25, m. 14 Dec., 1843, Jno. L. Pillsbury, Salis- | 

bury, d. 27 June, 1859. |. 

t 434 V John L., b. 26 Oct., 1827, m. 28 May, 1853, Mary A. Morrill, Salisbury. f 

f 435 vi Moses T., b. 25 Jan., 1830, m. 13 Feb. 1849, Sarah A. Eaton. | 

436 vii Mary T. b. 25 July, 1834, m. , d. 13 Feb., 1835. | 

132 John*, b. , m, 15 Dec, 1786, Mary Murch, lived in J 

Gorham and Windham, Me. | 

437 i Rebecca, b. , ra. , William Riggs s p. d ffi. 76. | 

t 438 ii David, b. 15 July, 1790, m. 1st. 1314, Lucy Marsh, 2d. 1320, Hannah Lorn- i 

bard, d. , se. 82. | 

t 439 iii John, b. 3 Oct., 1792, m. 23 Oct., 1821. Lydia Moulton, d. 21 Dec , 1S40, | 

d. iO Nov. 1873 I 

440 17 Mary, b. , m, Samuel Bolton. | 

441 V Fanny, b. , m Joel Libby. ^ 

t 442 vi Ephriim, b. 5 -Tan. 1793, m. 22 .Mar, 1320, Mathew Btoon, d. 21 May. 1374. 

t 443 vii William, b. 30 Jan., 1800, m. 1st. 1821, Joanna Briggs, 1827, Mary H. . 

Hicks, d. 11 July, 1871, living. | 

444 viii Ezra, b. , went to sea and was never heard from. | 

445 ii Hannah Jordan, b. , 1304, m. ,1st. Cook, 2d. .Jordan. ^ 









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133 WiIHam% b. ; m. 1st, 12 May, 1793, Sarah Bonney 

of Turner, Me; 2nd, Miss Waterhouse. Moved from BuckSeld, 
Mo., to Machias. Died 1S3T. Children by first wife: 

446 i Fanny, b. in Buokfield, 10 Oct., 1T95; m. , Edward Forster; died in 

Calais, 7 June, 1S42. 

447 ii William, b. ; m. , Lydia Everell; d. 19 August, 1S53. 

t 44S iii JDseph, b. ; m. , Mary Stickney; d 15 Dec, 184S. 

449 ir Clark, b. ; unmarried; drowned at St. Johns, N. B., 10 Sept., 1S32. 

I 450 7 John, b. ; m. ; said to have a son David. 

451 vi Fayetta, b. ; m. , Sauiuel Smith, and had one child; d. . 

Children by second wife : 

452 vii Tetter, b. ; dead. 

453 viii Otis, b. ; dead. 

HIT Benjamiu% b. in Gorhann, Me., 1761, Enlisted in the 
Revolutionary war when 18 years of age and seryed three years 
under Capt. Abner Wade of Col. M. Jackson's regiment. Mar- 
ried, first, 9 April, 1793, MaYtha Parson; 2d, 22 Sept., 1S03, Sally 
Newt of BiJckSeld, Mo. Was a U. S. pensioner. Died 1S42. ^ £'^^'r 
By First Wife: 

t 454 i Isaac, b. 16 Aug., 1796, m. Sarah Cilley, (470); d. 10 O.-t., 1819. 

455 ii 

45C iii John, b. 12 April 1798; unmarried; d. — Oct.. 1819. 
457 iv 
t 458 V William TVoodhouse, b. 13 July, ISOO; m. 1st, 2 April, 1820, Fanny Runnell; 

2d, 5 March, 1S56, Sarah Hawes. Living. 
t 459 vi Samuel, b. 2 June, 1S02; m. lit, Rhoda Phenis; died 14 April, 1835; 2d, 
Ilarnah Corbett. Living 

460 vii Martha, b. 31 May, 1803; m. Moses Cilley of Knox, (478); d. 24 Jane, 

1829. 

461 viii Edna, b. 1S04; m. Morrill Thompson, Vt ; d. , 1827. 

4G2 ix Lucy b. , 1805; m. , 1321, Ezra Crane. Living 

463 X Sus.inna, b. 3 Jan. 1806; m. 19 Nov. 1819, Judah Cilley, (479); d 27 Aug. 

1853. 

464 xi Dolly, b. 26 Sept., ISIO; m. 5 March, 1830, Mark Scribner; d. 30 April, 

1877, Hed. 21 April, 18G6.* 

*0f them their daughter, Mrs. Bridgham, writes: "They moved to Charleston in 
1832 and commenced a pioneer life, clearing the land and working with willing hands to 
establish a comfortable home for themselves and ch'ildren, meeting with moderate 
snccess, as the old homestead testifies, which was a home of comfort while they lived 
and endeared by many pleasant associations to those left behind. It was my mother's 
nature to give herself unreservedly for the good of her family and all around her. 
"ith limited means, she managed to give her children a fair education, devoting much 
time to them herself. Small in stature, quiet and unassuming, a true gentlewoman 
always. She gained the respect and love of all with whom she came in contact. 
Blessed little mother!" Children: 

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465 xii Fayetta, b. 15 June 1811; m. 19 Oct. 1S36, Ezra Hanson. Living 

466 xiii PLcbe, b. , 1S12; m. , 1S37, Simon Cillej, Jr.. (4S3); d. 29 

April, 1835. 
f 467 siv Emerson, b. 24 Jan., 1815; m. Florilla Roberts. Living. 
468 XV Sally, b. , 1825; m. Jacob Rendell, China, Me. Living. 



142 Peter,' b. , 1168; m. Patty Teague. Moved lo 

Brooks, Me.; a farmer. Died 1856, 2El 87. Children : • 

469 i Nancy, b. 15 April, 1794; m. Luther Fogg of Brooks, Me., d. 6 May, 1554; 

d. 21 April, 1868. 

470 ii Sarah, b. 14 May, 1796; m. 1st, Isaac Cilley, (454); m. 2d, Abner Ham; 

d. 24 June, 1874. 

471 iii Hannah, b. 27 July, 1798; m. John Pilley; d. 10 Dec, 1875 
t 472 iv Peter, Jr., b. 11 Nov. 1802; m. Polly Cilley, (480.) Living. 

t 473 V Joseph, b. 14 June, 1S05; m. 1st, 11 Jan., 1827, Betsey Oilman; m. 2d, 12 
April, 1S58, Mrs. Lucretia (Achorn) Porter; d. 15 May, 1S71. 

t 474 vi BeDJ.imin, b. 5 Sept. 18U9; m. 1st, 20 Oct. 1831,Mahala Piper; m. 2d, Mary 
Folsom. Living. 

475 vil Martha b. , 1819; na. Arthur Half; d. , 1875. 

143 Simon,* b. , 1774; m. Polly Teague of Turner, who 

d. 15 June, 1859, ^ 84. A house carpenter, Brooks. Served In 
the war of 1812 under Capt. Gilbreth, in Gen. Brown's command. 
At the Battle of Bridgewater, (vide Col. Joseph (217) for a 
description of this battle) Niagara and Chippewa. Died 13 Xov. 
1847. Children: 

476 i Elizabeth, b 31 Jan., 1797; m. Wm. Bassie; d. 5 July, 1867. 
f 477 ii Darling, b. 23 April, 1798; m. Esther Frost; d. 22 Aug., 1875. 

t 4T8 iii Moses, b. 28 April, 1800; m. 1st, Martha Cilley, (460); 2d, Lydia Roberts; 

d. 8 June, 1834. 
f 479 iv Judah, b. 2S Aug., 1801; m. 1st, Nov., 1819, Susannah Cilley. (463) d. 27 

Aug , 1853; 2d, Cordelia Frost. Living. 

480 v Polly, b. 25 April 1803; m Peter Cilley (472;) d. 29 June, 18G9. 

481 vi Fanny, b. , 1805; m. Caleb Lambert Living. 

482 vii Ann, b. 15 Oct., 1810; m. John Mathews. Living. 

t 483 viii Simon, Jr., b. 23 Deo. 1811; m. 1st, 1836, Phebe Cilley, (466); 2d, 1552, 
Hannah Scribner. Living. 
484 ix Deborafi b. 5 March, 181G; m. James Douglass; d. 10 June, 1871. 

i Caroline, E. T., b. 9 Nov. 1834; a teacher in Utah, ii Mary J., b. 8 Dec, H36; 
m 20 March, 1858, Joseph Bridgham. Have one child, Kate M., b. 2 Feb., \itii. 
iii Daniel Whitman, b. 8 Dec, 183S; m. 18 March, 1874, Sarah H. Stevens A 5t-.:k 
broker at Salt Lake City, iv Newell, b. 30 April, 1342. Lives in Utah; raises horses. 
T Alvenia F., b. 16 May, 1844; m. 11 May 1873, John M. Carey, drug^st at Bad 
Axe, .Mich. Have Ursula, b. 11 Oct., 1875, and Charles C, b. 23 Feb., 1377. tI 
Charles H., b. 23 August 1849. Harness maker, Michigan. 



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144 Daniel®, b. 1 March, 1762, ra. ,1784, Anna Ellsworth, 

b. 5 Aug., 175S, and d. 27 Feb., 1829; d. in Tunbridge, Yt., 13 
Nov., 1838. 

t 4S5 i David, b. 5 June, 17S5, m. 1 Jan. 1S09, Abigail Church; d. 6 Mar., 1861. 

4*6 ii Judith, b. 3 Feb., 1787; UDmarried, d. in Tuabridge, Vt., I'J Apr., 1820. 

4^7 iii Otis, b. 27 July, 1789; onaiarried, d. 22 Nov., 1819. 

t 483 ir Josiah, b. 16 Feb , 1791, m. 7 Mar , 1616, Susan Tucker; d. 7 June, 1858. 

t 4S9 V Juhn, b. 6 July, 1793, m. 13 Mar., 1817, Sally Tucker; d. 2 Feb , 1873. 

490 vi Ab»gail. b. 27 Aug., 1795; d. 20 March, 1799. 

491 vii Pollv, b 17 Dec, 179S, m. 23 Oct., 1839, Abijdh Powers; living in Hanover, 

N. H. 
t 492 viii Eben. b 4 March, ISOO, m. Aug., 1824, Sabina Leeds; living Patuxet, R I. 
t 493 ix Moses, b. 5 Sept , 1803, m. April, 1842, Lydia Richardson; d. 16, Feb., 

1858, in Shelford. 

146 Benjamin' (called Great Ben), b. U Oct., 1765, m. 29 
Oct., 1788, Sarah Wadleigh of Andover. ' .. . 

t 494 i Calvin, b. , m . 

•j- 495 ii Greenleaf, b , m. . 

t 496 iii Thomas JeSerson, m. Snlly Proctor. 

497 iv Sophy, b. , m. 11 June, 1813, Josiah Sanborn. 

147 Ebenezel^ b. 22 Nov., 1767. in Rye (?) N. H. When 
about 25 years of age, came to Vermont, and married Polly, dau. 
of William and Mully, or Polly, (Iloyt) Clement, of Tunbridge, Vt. 

493 i Abagail, b. 24 April, 1794, m. 1 March, 1815, Otis Hoyt; d. 1855. Had Henry 
C, Andrew J., Martha C , Marshall, Rollin C. M. Don Carlos m. Eliza 
A. E^ton. and Jennett. Charles B. F. m. Caroline P. Atwood. 

t 499 ii Jasper, b. 13 May, 1796, m. . 

500 iii Matilda, b. 10 July, 1798, m. 2 Dec , 1819, Rufos Hoyt; 1. 20 July, 1850. 
Had J.*sQn B., Mary F., and Charlotte M 
t 501 iv Mayhew b 1 July, 1800, m 2 Aug., 1823, Margarette Dolbar of Candia, N.H.; 
d. 17 Feb.. 1830. 

502 V Ruby, b. 16 July, 1802, m. 23 Mar. 1828, Henry Douglass; d. 8 Mar., 1868. 

503 vi Washingtcn, b. 12 Jan., 1805, m. Mrs Tansy M Peckham, no issue; d. in 

New York City, 1 Jan., 1853. 

504 vii Betsy, b. 4 July, 1S07, in. 10 Mar. 1828, E. C. Abbott 

.505 viii John, b. 23 July, 1809, m. 1S33, Mariha H. Moring. Lives in Jersey city; 

no Issue. 
506- ix Clement, b. 20 Deo , 1811; d. 15 Feb., 1813. 
• 507 X Wealthy, b. 9 March 1814. m 12 Oct., 1637, Allen S. Vail. 

* Wealthy and Allen S. Vail reside in Worcester, Vt., 'tad have: i Agnes Geitrode. b. 
24 July, 1838, m- 14 April, 1870, Elijvh Whitney of Middlesex, a faroaer. ii Emma 
Eugenia, b. 30 July, 1840; d 26 Feb , 1847. iii Martha Ann, b 17 Sept., 1341, m. 23 
Dec 1S67, Geo. W. Dunham of Nortbfield, resides in Worcester, Vt., a farmer, iv Henry 
DougUss, b. 13 June, 1343, m. 1 Jan., 1375, Abbie Ann Templeton — is a merchant, rs- 
sidea in Worcester, Vt. v Washington Eldridga, b. 25 Dec, 1349, m. 25 Dec, 1874, 
Irun C. Bancroft of Calais, Vt ; is a salesman, resides in Montpelier, Vt. 



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508 xi Orris Peabody, b. 23 Sept., 1816, m. 4 March, 1316, Caroline, dau. of David 'C 

and Sally (^Iloyt) Jones; no issue. i 

* 509 xii Louisa, b. 23 March, 1819, m. 20 April, 1840, Rev. W. B. Howard. 1- 

148 Williaai*. b. in N. H., m. Abagail, b. 26 July 1774, dau. 

of Hon. William and Lucy (Church) Ward. Resided at Poultney ; 

and Underbill, and lastly at Jericho, Vt., whei^e he d. 6 April, r 

1847. i 

510 i Lindamira, b. 6 May, 1797; m. 20 Nov., 1825, Marshall Castle, and had , 

Ilawley, b. 4 Aug., 1827; d. 5 April, 1875. l 

611 ii Lucy, b. 5 June, 1799; m. 3 Dec , 1813, Altnon Fennell; d. 9 April, 1813, •' 

and had "William G., b , 7 June, 1823; unm. Rollin C, b. 25 Feb., f 

1825; d at Jericho, 13 Aug., 1855. |- 

t 512 iii '^^■illiam Ward.b. 20 Sept., 1301; m. Feb., 1830, Roxanna Castle. f 

t 513 iv Spencer, b. 12 June, 1804; m. 25 Sept, 1323, Atarj, Ward; d. 20 March, ;. 

1859. I 

514 V Eliza,+ b. 30 Xov. 1S06; m. 1 Dec, 1831, Pearl Castle, ^ 

515 vi Albert, b. 24 Sept., 1809; m. 1st, 1 Dec, 1331, Abagail Castle; d. 22 Oct., § 

1873; 2d, 4 July, 1875, Ednah J. Foster; 3 p. 1^ 

516 vii Emily, § b. 17 May, 1812; m. IS April 1341, Ira Abbey of Es?ex, Vt. 
f 517 viii Andrew Jackson, b. 30 June, 1S14; m. 11 Sept., 1341, Lacrctia ilill. 

150 Jacob,' b. , 1774 ; m. 1st, 7 Jan., 1799, Sally Chase 

of Salisbury, who d. , 1804; 2d, 1805, Sally Cheney; d. 15 

May, 1847 ; d. 13 Oct., 1534. By first wife: | 

518 i Martha R., b. , 1302; m. , 1823, Dav. Chase Hall; d. 1876. | 

519 ii Roxanie C, b. , 1804; m. , 1830, Joseph Straw. | 

By second wife : | 

520 iii Sally Chase, b. 9 Sept., 1806; m. 30 Dec, 1830, Simon Sanborn. f 

521 iv Mary L , b. 13 Sept , 1808- m. 24 Nov., 1834, Amand Osman; d. 27 Feb., 

1871. 

522 V llAbagail Clark, b. 13 Dec, 1809; m. 3 Feb., 1836, Amos R. Hood. f. 

* Louisa and the Rev. W. B. Howard reside in Highgate Center, Vt , and have: 
i William Clement, b. 14 April, 134!, in Montpelier, Vt.. m. in Wardsboro, Vt ,11 .Jan. 
1872, Sereeta A. (Fitts) Burnhara; resides ia Aurora, 111. ii Hilea Louise, b. 29 July, 
1815, in Lowell, Mass , m in Alburgh, Vt., 23 July, 1871, Rev. Martin E. Cidy of 
Middlebury, Vt., late Principal of the Troy Conf. Academy, and present Principal of 
Rock River Conf. .Seminary, Aurora, III. iii Walter Eugene, b. 29 May, 1349, in Tun- 
bridge, Vt ; entered Middleburg College in 1867, and graduated ia 1871; is Principal 
of the State Normal School, Castleton, Vt. 

J Eliza and Pearl Castle res. Essex, Vt., and had Herman F., b. 23 May, 1839; d. 6 
Sept , 1844, Mary E . b. 23 June, 1846. 

§Had issue, Pearl Castle, b. 6 Feb., 1842; m. 4 March, 1803, Martha Ermina Weed 
of Essex, Vt. 

II Children of Abagail C. and Amos R. Hood: Wm. Francis, b. 3 Jan., 1837; m. 20 
Nov., 18€6, Maria L. Burgess. Julia Augusta, b. 21 June, 1839; m. 8 Feb., 18C3, J. 
G. Rogers. Charles J., b. 11 Dec, 1845, and Arcelia C, b. 17 Oct., 1847. 



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523 Ti Benjimin, b. 1 Jan.. 1811; d. 11 Sept., 1811. 

524 vii Emmiline, b., , 1812; d. 1 Jan., 1813. 

625 viii Julia Abbott, b. U June, 18U; d. 20 June, 1830. 

f 526 ix 'Wm. Laurentine, b 9 Sept , 1817; m. 25 April, 1839, Lucy C. Sanborn. 

527 X AuguiU Marcia, b. 14 Feb., 1822; m 7 Oct , 1840, Daniel C. Eaton. 

523 xi Jacob Francis, b. 22 Feb., 1830. Lives in Chicago. 



153 Satcher, settled in Mendon, Munroe Co., N. Y. Was a 
contractor fur public works; m. 16 Feb., 1809, Wealthy, dau. of 
Jedediah and Olive (Whipple) Cummings, who d. 20 June, 1S53. 

t 529 i John J , b. 7 May, 1810; m. 1 July, 1832, Mandana Lamkin; d. 4 March, 
1861. 

530 ii Erasmus A., b. IS March, rsi2; d. 2 May, 1813. 

531 iii Mary Aon, b. 6 May, 1814; m. 1st, 1 August, 1831, Orlando Putnam; 2d, 

22 Feb., 1833, S. D. Couloyne, Lisbon. Xoble Co , Ind. 
632 iv Olive A , b. 26 Feb., 1S16; m. 26 Feb. 1833, Elijah Southard; d. 28 May, 
1837. 

533 V Augusta B., b. 26 April, 1319; d. 4 May. 1820. 

534 vi Ezra M., b. 5 April, 1821; d. 28 March, 1823. 

t 535 vii Jacob S., b. 21 July, 1S23; m. 14 March, 1844, Mary A, Seaman. 

536 viii Wealthy S , b. 2J f eb., 182G; m. 1st, 4 Jan., 1844, Joseph Guber; 2d, 

Hill, Petersburgh, Mich. 

537 ix James W., b. 23 June, 182S. Served under Gen. Zach. Taylor during the 

Mexican War, after which went to Ohio, and has not been heard from 
for 26 years. 

538 X Emily, b. Id Sept., 1830; m. 19 Deo., 1847, Calvin Lamkin; d. Hamlin, 

Munroe Co , Michigan. 

155 Clark,* m. . Resided in Livonia, Livingston, Co., 

N. Y., in 1861, and had 4 children there, , 

639 i Erasmus, b. ; 540 ii Hannah, b. ; 541 iii Harriet, b, ; 542 

iv , b. ; 513 v ■ ; 544 vi . 

156 Elisha* (Celley), m. Sarah Kenisfcon, who was b. 13 Dec. 
176S; d. 12 Nov., 1851. Was a farmer. Lived in Corinth, Vt. 

515 i Sarah, b. 14 Feb., 1787; d. 11 Aug , 1788, 
t 54.6 ii Joel, b. 7 July, 1789, m. 17 May, 1811, Phebe Blanchard of Woodbury,Vi.; 

d. 19 July, 1849. 
547 iii Sarah, b. 24 Dec, 1701; d. 24 Feb , 1793. 
t 548 iv Elisha, i. 21 June, 1794, m. 30 April. 1833, Priscilla Banfill, and had Eraa- 

tus. b. 18 June. 1837; d. 23 Sept., 1833. He was Captain of a cavalry 

company in the war of 1812, and a farmer, 
t 549 V Benjamin, b. 8 Aug., 1796, m. 1st. 7 March, 1830, Nancy Kingsbury; 2d, 

5 March, 1837, Jane Sawyer; 3d, 5 Sept., 1845, Ann Sawyer; 4th, 20 

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t 550 vi William, b. 7 Oct , 1798, m. Ist, U Oct., 1818, Fannie Xorcros3; 2d, 2C July* 

18G5, Hannah Smith. 
551 vii Susanna, b. II Jan., 1801 ; d U Sept , 1843. 
t 552 viii John, b. 24 Sept., 1803, m. 15 Dec, 1836, Lavinia Greenleaf; has one dan. 

Lives in Corinth, Vt. 
• 553 ix Apphia, b. 15 June, 1806, m. l.t, 13 Feb., 1S35, Gregorj Durgin of Andover, 

N. H; 2d, 28 June, 1S6I, Israel C. Willard. 

654 X Sarah, b. 14 Feb., 1S09; d. 29 Sept., ISII 

655 xi Pollj, b. 7 Oct., 1813, m. Jan , 1339, .Michar Norcross of Bradford. Yt ; d, 

29 June, 1853. Had issue: John G , b. 17 Oct., 1840, m. 4 Dec , 1864, 
Lizzie A. Rowe; Alvin C, b. 19 Dec, 1842, m. 22 Dec, 1865, iMaria 
Taylor; Susan E., b. 8 Jan , 1845, d. 18 Mar., 1868; Ellis \V., b. 17 
July. 1849, m. 24 Aug., 1S72, Celia E. Eastman. 

157 BeujaraiD,* (lived at Mompey Hill); m. Judith, (171) 
dau. of Aaron Cilley (59). Moved to Orange, Vt. 

t 556 i Ai, b. ; m. Betsey Shepherd. Moved to Orange, Vt. 

£57 ii Benjiu-iin, b. ; m. Clifford. Xo issue. 

t 558 iii Aaron, b. ; Hannah Clifford, sister to above. Went to Vt. 

659 iv Jabish, b. ; unmarried; d. . 

660 V Hiram, b. . Went to Vt. 

561 vi Betje>', b. 7 April, 17j5; m. 4 July, 1820, Ebea Currier, brother of E. C, 

Cilley's (637) mother; d. 15 June, 1SC3. Had George, b , 1318. John, 
b. Dec, 1820; d. April, 1S25. Lydia, b. Sept., 1822; d. 15 April, 
1837.--^ohn T. M., b. July, 1824. Benjamin, b. 26 July, 1826. 
Ebenezer, b. 5 July. 1828. Albert E., b. 31 July, 1830; Charles E., 
b., 7 Sept., 1832. James, b. 6 Feb., 1835. Stephen C. b. 1 March, 
1838; d. 4 Juyl, 1860. Abigail M., b. 7 May, 1S40. 

562 vii Priscilla, b. ; m Marshall. 

563 viii Judith, b. ; unmarried. 

« 

158 Philip/ b. in Poplin ; rn. Priscilla Keniston, dau. of , 

A Farmer. Died 5 Nov., 1816. 

664 i Afiie, b. 8 Xov., 1791; m. 30 May, 1813, Charles Keniston. 
t 565 ii Francis, b, 24 Nov., 1793; m. 5 March, 1818. Judith Scribner. Served in 

the war of 1812. 
t 566 iii Sally, b 22 Oat., 1795; m. l.st, 14 July, 1833, Joshu.i Seavey; d. 20 July, 

1849; 2d, 17 Nov , 1853, Stephen Brown; d. 11 Ang , 1864. Living. 

* Gregory and Apphia had : Daniel C, b, 33 July, 1837 ; Elisha C, b. 8 July, 1833, 
m. 9 July, 1872, Alice M. Curtis; Alvin M., b. 15 March, 1840, m. 1 Jan , 1865, Louise 
C. Berry; Joseph W., b. 12 .March, 1842. d. 2 Ja.'y, 1844; Martha, b. 15 July, 1844, 
d. 16 July, 1850; Allen J., b. 12 March, 1846, d. 24 April, 18t9; Gregory B., b. 8 
March, 1S48, m. 7 April, 1873, Sarah E Ormsby, d. 20 Deo , 1876. 

JSally and Joshua Seavey had: 1, Susan b. 14 July, 1834; m. 6 Aug., 1853. Jesse 
F.Wilson; 2, Eleanora F., b. 19 May, 1336; m. 4 July, 1853, Jacob B. Moar; d. 
18 Oct , 1864. Plunia F., b. 19 March, 1838; d. 8 Oct., 1839. 



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567 iv Mariana, b. 6 Nov., 179"; m. April, 1820, Isaac Downe?, who was b. in 
Lebmon, Mo., 1790, and d. March 15, 184S, in Andover. Issue: 
1. Philip C, b. 19 Oct., 1S2I; d. 26 Sept , 1863, a. p. 2. Leonard W., 
b. IS July, 1323; m. Sarah Hill of Thornton, N. H ; d. 8 June, 1S57; 
3. Phebe A., b. 1825; d, 1S33. 4. Priscilia, b 22 Feb., 1823; m. 
1850, Eben H. Wilkinson of Effingham, N. H 5. Ljdia C , b. 18 
Feb , 1830; m. 15 July, 1548, Mark Jesse Leavenworth of Wheelock, 
Vt., and had Byron Malines, b. 5 Aug., 1S49 Stella Maria, b. 17 
Auf., 1852; d 16 July, 1353. Mark Henry, b 9 Feb., 1860; d 4 
April, 1862. 6. Ann, b 31 May, 1833; m. Ist, 1852, Charles Marren 
of Charleston, Vt.; 2d, 1861, Albert C. Currier. 7. Daniel b 10 
J June, 1835; m. 3 July, 1856, Nancy Jane Keniston. 8. Ellen M , b. 

6, May, 1S37; m, Sept., 1853, Eben Wilkinson; d. 9 Feb., 1856. 9. 
Isaao, b. 22 April, 1841; m. May, 1867, Abbie A. Sleeper of Andover, 
N. H. 

t 563 V Moses, b. 18 Feb , 1800; m Lydia Punham. 

t 5C9 vi Jonathan, b Oct., 1801; m. 13 Oct , ISJO, Deborah Hill; d April, 1876. 

•f 570 vii Benjamin Darling, b. May, 1803; m. 23 Sept, 1S37, Priscilia Keniiton; 
d. March — , 1876. 

570.1 viii William b. 1804; d. 1826. 

t 671 ix Phillip, b , March, 1803; m. 1 Sept., 1834, Sarah Cole; d. March, 1861. 

t 572 X David K , b. 9 May, 1813; m. 21 Nov., 1S36, Polly Keniston; d. 9 Aug., 
1874. 

t 573 xi John, b., 22 Aug ,1815; m. Mary M. M. Carter. Ptesides in East Dixfield, 
Me. 

160 Job*, b. in Poplin, N. H., m. Susan, dau. of George and 
Hannah (Flood) Seava of Deerfield, N, II. A farmer in Hebron, 
N. H. 

574 i Lydia D , b 26 March, 1799; unmarried, d. 8 Aug., 1877. 

575 ii Rebecca, b. 31 Aug., 1800, m Ezra G. Tuft, Cambridge, Mass. 

576 iii Job, b. 26 Feb., 1802; d. 1856. 

577 iv Hannah, b. 16 Dec, 1803; m. Russel Wright of Haverhill, N. H. 

578 V Henry, b. 25 April, 1806, m. 1845, Abbie Johnson, Ellsworth; d. 3 Dec, 1870. 
t 579 vi Andrew, b. 15 March, 1803; m. 26 Sept , 1830, Charlotte Leeds, Charlestown, 

Mass. 

580 vii Eunice B., b. 20 Feb., 1810; m. 20 Dec, 1831, Thomas Stearns. Paris, Me. 

581 viii Roxana, b. 1312. 

t 582 ix George W., b. 14 Aog., 1814; m. 19 Feb., 1844. Laura A. Steward. 

'683 X Nathaniel, b. 1816. 

■584 xi Jonathan, b. 1818. 

585 xii Sarah, b. 1820. 586 xiii' , 

1<*1 Stephen*, m. Abagail, dan. of Ebenezer and Lydia BeaQ 
Currier; a farmer in Andover, N. H. 

587 i Lydia, b. 30 Nov., 1807; d. 28 Nov., 1843. 

583 ii Cynthia, b. 27 Dec, 1809; m. 5 April, 1832, Jeremiah Roberta. Living in. 
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Ev FinsT Wife. 

589 i Mary, b. 1SC2. 

590 ii John B., b. 15 Feb., ISIO. m. ; d. in Fairfax, Vt. 

By Second Wife. 

591 iii 592 i7 . ^ 503 v . 

ICS Elijah*, m. Rhoda, dau. of Volentine and Comfort Kenis- 
ton. A farmer and cordwaiuer, Andover, N. II. 

t 594 1 Isaac, b. 4 May, 1S04; m Nov., 1S35, Susan Gilman. 

595 ii Nancy, b 3 Dec, ISOG; m. 17 Dec , 1S37, Samuel Elkins. Lives in Potter 
Place, Andover, X. H., and had: Frank P., b. 16 Dec, 1S49, m. 26 
Nov. ISCfi; Joseph W , b. 8 Dec, IS-IO; Jeremiah S., b. 8 Jan., 1S42. 
m. 16 March, 18C9; Lncinda P., b. 16 March. 1S44, m. 11 .\ug , IsTl, 
d. 19 Aug., 1872; Marcia A., b. 19 Dec, 1846, m. 15 Oct.. 1871; Scott 
■W, S., b. 2 Feb., 1S48, d. 27 June, 1851 ; Sarah E., b. 9 April, 1550, d. 
2 April, 1851. 

t 596 iii John, b. 15 Aug., 1S05; m. 15 Aug., 1S28, Sarah Bruce. 

597 iv Kebecca, b. 9 Sept., 1810, m. 1836, Wm. Davies, s. p.; d. . 

598 V Sarah, b 1813; d. 1817. 

599 vi Lucinda, b. 1815, m. 1S37, Alen F. Pool; res. Cranston, R. I , s. p. 

16S Joseph', b. 4 Aug., 1778, in Salisbury, X. H.; m. 20 
June, 1803, Susan, dau. of Ilenry and Hannah (Straw) Springer, 
who was b. in Canaan, X. II., 7 Mar., 1784, d. 7 Aug., 1866. A 
farmer in Andover, N. II.; d. 2 May, 1827. 

600 i Betiy S., b. 20 Sept., 1804, m. 3 Mar., 1831, Sanders Herbert of Franklin, 

N. H., and bad Susan, Judith, and two boys; d. 7 Aug., 1866 

601 ii Nancy .M., b. 19 Aug., 1S06; m. 24 May, 1838, Asa Morrison of Hupkinton, 

N. H. Resides in Michigan. 

602 iii Sarah C, b. 13 July, 1810, m. 4 Sept., 182S, Enoch George of Ackworth, 

N. H., and had Joseph C, Alonzo N., Melissa, Morrison, Lucinda, and 
Henry. She d. May 20, 1868. 

603 iv Lucinda, b. 25 Sept., 1812; d. 3 Sept., 1837. 

604 V Hannah S.,b. 11 Aug., 1814; m. 6 Oct ,1833, Samuel Hoyt of Bradford, N. H. 

and had: Joseph C , Benj F., Susan A., Nettie, Carolino R., acd Clar. 
inda. She d. Jan. 1, 1864. 

605 vi Abagail C, b. 26 Feb., 181C; m. 19 Jan., ]8i7, Asa S. Muzzey of Lowell. 

Mass., and had George A. and S. Eugene. 
t 606 vii Samuel C, b. 13 May, 1819, m. 3 July, 1841, Caroline Bickford; d 20tli 
Nov., 1856. 
607 viii Reliefs , b. 12 Aug., 1823, m. 26 Deo , 1848, William Trow, Jr , of Sana- 
pee, N. H., and had: George C, b. 7 Dec, 1649; Abbie L , b. 24 July, 
1851, m. 29 Nov., 1S77, Paige A Boynton of Weare, N. H.; Eugene F., 
b. 14 April, 1853. d. 16 Dec, 1857; Charles H., b 1 Jan., 1856, d. 14 
April, 1857; Alice Y., b 2 June, 1858; Willie S., b. 11 Feb , ISGO; 
Charles A., b. 31 Mar., 1862; Joseph H., b. 30 May, 1865; Atherton U., 
b. 16 April, 1867. 



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Blaisdell, b. 10 Nov., 1792, d. 22 Sept, 1812; m. 2d, 10 Feb., 
1823, Ilanuah P. Parker, b. 30 April. 1709, d. 3 July, 1S49; m. 3d, 

30 Oct., 181:9, Anu Avery, b. 10 July, 1805. A farmer. Died 3 
Jan., 1876. ^ 

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Hannah, b. 16 Julj, 1S12, d IG Mar , 1813. 

Hannah, b. 7 Dec, 1813, m. , Joseph Philbrick, and had a son, d. 12 

Aug., 1844. 

Mary, b. 18 Dec, 1815, ra. , Lowell Brown, and had Mary, Charles 

and Cora, d. 10 Nov., 1354. 
Charles, b. 28 June, 1819, d. 11 April, 1821. 

Harriet B., b. 26 June, 1*21, m. 1st, 12 Dec, 1837, Chase O.^good, and had 
Eveline F., b. 16 Dec, 1838, Fred'k F., b. 23 Dec, 1842 : m. 2d, 20 
June, 1848, George W. Sargent, and had Nancy E., b. 10 Feb., 1S49, d. 
" 1 Feb., 1871, Amanda H , b. 9 Feb., 1855, George H., b. 23 May, 1856, 
■' ' Sam. hddy, b. 1 March, 1862, d. 13 Dec , 1864. -• ■ > '• 

By Third Wife 
613 vi Hannah A., b. 7 Aug., 1850, d. 17 Feb., 1862. 



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609 ii 



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171 Charles,' b. 9 Feb., 1795; m. 16 Oct., 1820, Betsey 
Mowe. Served in the war of 1812. Died 27 June, 1827. 

614 i Jace M., b. 2 Aug., 1822, m. 21 Oct., 1845, Eben W. Mason, and had Geo. 

Carroll, b. 16 Sept , 1S.7, d 4 Nov., 1873. 

t615 ii John M., b 29 Feb., 1824, m. 7 Nov , 1.S61, Susan C. Herbert, d. 10 Aug., 
lS(i5. 

j616 iii Charles M., b. 13 Feb., 1326', m. 27, May, 1854, Susan E. Stevens. 



-, 1773; m. Sarah Uren ; d. 1 May, 



170 Benjrmiu*, b. 
1846, aa 67. Resided in Andover ; a farmer; d. 3 March, 1812. 

617 1 Sally, b. , ISOO; m. Jona Mcrey; d. . 

t 613 ii Moses T., b. . 1802; m. Drusilla Woodward, New London, N. H.; d. 2 

June, 1838. 
t 619 iii Aaron, b. 6 May, 1804; m. 1st, 25 Nov., 1826, Sally Carr; 2d, 10 Nov., 
1844, Susan Howard. 

620 iv John .M., b. , 1807; m. ; d. in Louisville, Ky., 1835. 

621 V Mary, b. , 1809; d. 24 Dec, 1816. 

£22 vi James W., b. 2 May, 1811; d. in Mechanicsburg, Ohio, 1839. 
623 vii Mehitable, b. , 1812; m. 27 Nov., 1833, Col. Jos. B. Carr. 



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Urea, d. 3 Nov., 1852 ; d. 18 August, 1834. 

624 i Saliy, b. 11 Sept., 1803; d. 31 May, 1828. 

625 ii James, b. 28 Feb., 1S06; m. l.-^t, Betsey Carr of Wilmot; 2d, 9 July, 1837, 

Theodate Rowe. 

626 iii Reuben, b. 17 April, 1808; d 6 April, 1815. 

627 iv Edmacd, b. 19 June, 1811; d. 20 Nov., 1816. 



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628 V BenjamiD, b. 25 June, 1813; m. 1st, 31 Deo., 1833, Sally Brown; d. 9 Jan., 

IS-t2; 2d, 7 Oct. 1S45, Mary Brown, sister to above; d. IS Sept^, 1863. 

629 vi Reuben, 2d., b. 22 April, ISIG; d 31 Oct , 1820. 

C30 vii Joel, b. 9 June, 1819; m. 30 July, 1840, Elizabeth Cilley. Went to iMary- 

land when young. Res. B.Hltitnore, s. p. 
631 viii Silas M., b. U March, 1822, unmarried; d. 7 Oct., 1843. 

183 Aaron% m. 1st, S Nov., 1803, Meriam Sleeper, 2d, 30 
Jan., 1806, Lydia Currier, b. 12 Aug., 1787, d. 27 Juue, 1858. 
He lived in Audover ; was a farmer, Justice of the Peace, a select- 
manfor several years, member of the Legislature for two years, 
and a prominent Freemason. 

t 632 i Aaron, b. 3 Feb , 1607, m. 1st, 29 Dec, 1S25, Eliza Rolfe, 2d, 8 Sept , 1839, 

Emily Severns; d. 22 July, 1870. 
633 ii Miriam, b. 2 Oct., 1808, m. 13 Nov., 1827, Sam'I Morrill; d. 11 .May, 1842. 
t C34 iii John B., b. 10 Sept , 1810, m. 26 Oct., 1835, Mercy A. Taylor of Harvard, 

Mass., d. 24 May, 1870. 
t 635 iv Benjamin D., b. 10 Oct , 1812, m. 1st, 1 Jan , 1847, Sarah A. Dalton, 2d, 28 

Oct , 1860, Emma J. Severns; d. 8 Deo., 1876. 
636 T Lydia, b. 28 Jan , 1815; d. 15 April, 1825. 
t 637 vi Ebenezer C, b. 6 April, 1816, m. 4 June, 1846, Phebe A. Cilley. 
t 638 vii Andrew J , b. 16 .luly, 1818, m. 1st, 20 March, 1842, Nancy J. S;vern=, 2d, 

May, 1846, Susan Bowman, 3d, 3 July, 1853, Mrs. Susan (Bartlett) 

Marshall. 

639 viii Abagail, b IS July, 1820, m, 5 .May, 1842, John Bailey. 

640 ix Adaline, b. 2 Sept., 1623; d. 26 March, 1835. 

641 X William W., b. 27 Dee , 1830, m. Lives in Colorado. 

183 Jabez^ b. , 1786; m. 1st, Miss Dolly Gove of Wil- 

mot; 2d, 30 July, 1817, Meliitible, b. 27 April, 1790, sister of 
Lydia and dau. of Ebenezer Currier, a soldier of the revolution. 
Child by 1st wife : 

t 642 i Nathan G., b. 29 Aug , 1811; m. 21 Nov , 1834, Amy S. Phelps. 

Children by 2d wife : 

643 ii Jasper H., b. 15 August, 1813; m Mary Rowell. Lives in Franklin, 
N. H., 8. p. ■ 

t 644 iii Asa B., b. 23 Dec . 1817; m. Harriet Sanborn. 
t 645 iv Stephen F., b. 13 June, 1820; m. 26 .May. 1841, Mary A. Mitchell, 

646 V William H., b, 21 Sept . 1822. Blacksmith, Modesta, Cal. 

647 vi Mary A., b. ; na. Solomon Kennistoa. 

187 George% (Silley) m. 1st, Mary A. dau. of John R. and 
Jane Graffam ; 2d, Sarah E. Holmes, a widow and dau. of John 
and Betsey Littlefield of Kennebunk, Me. Is a house carpenter 
and farmer. Enlisted at Augusta, 19 Jan., 1862, in Co. II, 14th 
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Baton Rouge, then served afterwards under Gen. Banks. Was 
taken prisoner at St. John's parish, La., and paroled. Discharged 
for disability, 10 Aug., 1864. Lives in Saco, Me. 

613 i George W., b. 8 Aug , 1860, d. 26 July, 1861. 

619 li Charles W., b. 16 Sept , 1S62, d. 1 Oct., 1864. 

650 iii Laura E , b. 13 Feb , 1865. 

651 iv Elizabeth A., b. 6 April. 1867. 

652 T Martha T., b. U Sept, 1569. 

I §8 Willis,' (Cilley) m. Elphrouia, b. 26 Feb., 1838, dau. of 
Aaron and Nancy Batchelder. Lives in South Killingly, Conn. 

653 i Ella E., b. 13 June, 1860. 

654 ii George 0.. b, 19 Dec, 1861. 

655 iii Cora B, b, 20 Jan., 1864. ^ f f— *— r-> « ,^ 

656 iv Ida D., b. 13 April, 1866. l-OOOO"^!:! 

657 V Maria E., b 26 Aug, 1870. 

658 Ti Charles A, b 25 June, 1872, d 18 July, 1873. 

659 vii Either G., b. 25 April, 1875. 

IS6 Nalhau' (Sellea), b. in Saco, Me. Moved to North Yar- 
mouth, m. 181T, Abagail, dau. of William and Elizabeth (Brestow) 
Worniell, who d. 18 April, 1836. Went to Thomaston in 1819. 
Was a potter; d. 4 Oct , 1821. 

660 i Mary Ann, b. 28 Feb , 1S18; unmarried. Lives in Thomaston. 

661 ii Lucy Phillips, b 22 Nov , 1819, m. 1 Oct., 1S37. Henry II. J. Watts, who d. 6 

Sept., 1874, and had: 1, Calvin Newton, b. 23 Mar.. 1839; .2, O.-car. b. 
16 April, 184 1 ; he sailed trom San Francisco with Cupt Robert Snow in 
1*166, and the Vessel was never heard from; 3, Lucy -J. ,b 24 .Aug., 1846; 
4, Abagail S., b. 9 Jan., 1848; 5, Orris L, b. 19 May, 1849; 6, Leander 
M.. b. 11 May, 1850, 7, Joseph Henry, b. 11 Jan., 1853, d. 27 Sept., 
1653. 

662 iii Abagail E., b. 10 April, 1821, m. 1st, 1 Sept., 1836, Noah Miller, who d. 16 

April, 1845; they had: 1, Nathan S.,b. 16 Oct., 1839, d. 9 April, 1875; 
2, Edward F., b. 21 May, 1841; m 2d, 1 Nov., 1845. Geo. G. Mitchell, 
who d. 11 July, 1862; they had Margaret E , b. 8 June, 1846, Lucy, A., 
b. 3 May, 1848, William F., b. 30 July, 1852, George Ber.jimin, b. 29 
May, 1855, d. 31 Ang , 1855, George G., b. 18 July, 1858. 

I9S Caleb" (Sellea), b. in Saco, m. Elizabeth D. Berry of Lim- 
ington; d. 18 May, 1825. 

t 663 i Charles U., b. 27 Feb , 1819. m. 1st, Elizabeth Taylor of Wells; 2d. 12 Dec, 
1851, Helen Marshall. 
664 ii Mary Ann, b. 16 Oct., 1S22, m. 15 Feb., 1843, Jos. Fountain of Saco. 

109 Bartiard" (Sellea), b. in Saco, m. Statira Buruham, b. 12 
July, 1798; d. 4 Dec, 1832. 



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€65 i Charles Henrj, b. 2 July, 1S25, m. , ?. p. Resides in Bo?ton. 

t 666 ii B^rDarJ Guroey, b. 25 Jane, 182"; married. ChilJren in Boston. 

667 iii Isabella, b 31 Dec., 1S30; died young. 

200 Joseph/ (Sellea) b. in Saco ; ra. 1st, Martlia Ann Gor- 
don, wlio (1. 25 January 1833 ; 2J, Mary Jane Johnson ; 3d, July, 
Melissa Iloyt, who d. July, 1865. Is a farmer and resides in 
Saco, Me. By 1st wife: 

668 i fcarah Elizabeth, b. 4 July, IS2S; m. 27 May, 1855, Harrison D. Harmon, 

Hiram, Me. 

€C9 ii Lucy Ann, b. ; d. young. 

670 iii John, b. ; d. 19 July, 1833. 

By 2d wife: 

t 671 \v William Raight, b 11 Oct., 1835, m. 1 April, 1S61. 

672 V Mariha A , b. 13 Nov., 1837; m. 13 Oct., 1870, John Lank, Needham, 

Mass. 

673 vi Joseph, Jr., b. 15 April, 1840. Resides in Ossipee, N. H. 

By 8d wife : 

674 vii Lucy, b. 3 April, 1S56. Resides in Buxton, Me. 

675 viii Charles E., b. lU May, 18G2. Resides ia Hiram, Me. 

676 ix Rufus, b. July, IS63. Resides in Sauford, Me. 

202 Oliver' (Sellea), b. in Saco. 

677 i Sally, b. , 1826. 

678 ii Mary, b. . 

203 Osman' (Sellea), b. in Saco. 

679 i Oliver, b. IS July, 1832, ui. 6 Oct , 1854, Elvesa Half. Was a soldier in Co. 

U, 5th Me., from Gorham. 
6S0 ii John, b. 4 March, 1S35. Was a soldier in Co. L, 5th Me., from Saco. 

207 Benjamin' (Cilley), b. in Nottingham. Moved to Ohio 
with his father ; married. A farmer. 

681 i Selina Dorcas, b. 4 Feb , 1825, m 18 June, 1840. 

682 ii ElizabetH M., b. 19 June, 1826, m. 2 July, li51, Uriah Rice. 

683 iii J^,»eph, b. 23 Jan., 1831, m. 1st, 27 Sept., 1353, Mary Hughes, 2d, 24 Deo , 

1862, Mary U. Hunt. 

684 iv Martha Ann, b. 2? May, 1832, m.,8 Sept , 1853, James M. Rifuer. 

685 V Cecilia, b. 2 July, 1338, m. 10 Nov., 1857, Sam Kessinger Anderson; d. 30 

May, 1SC5. ^ . ^ 

208 Jonathan^ b. T Jan., 1793, m. 24 Oct., 1830, Sarah, dau. 
of Rensalaer and Sarah (Ileisted) Lee of Saratoga Cu., X. Y. 
Moved West with his father in 1804, and engaged ift agricultural 
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in politics, and was an ardent Jackson Democrat, Was a State 
Senator in Ohio, an Elector for President Martin Van Buren, and 
Judge of the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas in Cincin- 
nati ; retired in 1840, and in 1855 removed to Glendale, 0. lie 
was an indulgent father, "of high moral character, smooth culture, 
one of the old school gentlemen." He d. 29 Dec, 1874. 

686 i Josephine .Maria, b. 10 April, 1S32, in. 6 Maj, 1852, John Rudolph Neff, Jr., 
of Philadelphia, and had issue: 1, Randolph Leo, b. 13 Aug., 1353; 2d, 
Narcissa, b. 8 Dec , 1856; 3d, Sarah Josephine, b. 16 Oct , 1861; 4th, 
Jonathan Cilley, b. 22 Aug., 1866. 
t 687 ii Rensaleer Lee, b 27 March, 1834, m 25 April, 1860, Sarah Stanford. 
t 68S iii Henry, b. 16 ."Vpril, 1S36; married, 
t 6S9 iv Jona. Longfellow, b. 25 Jan , 1838, m 26 April, 1S6!), Mary P. Hubbard. 

690 V Greenleaf, b. 25 Aug., 1840, m. 25 Juce, 1874, Laura \Villiam3. 
* 691 vi Sarah Lee, b. 29 Dec , 1843, m. 26 Jan , 1864, H. Benton Tcetor. 

692 7ii Caroline Louise, b. 31 Dec, 1816; died young. 

211 Bradbury^ m. Hurriet, dau. of Elias and Elizabeth ( ) 

Hedges. He was a person of great energj' and industry, and 
acquired a large fortune. 

4' Bradbury had dark hair and eyes; was full six feet tall and 
well proportioned; was noted for his strength and that he needed 
no other protector nor protection than his own right arm — a blow 
from it would have been like a sledge hammer. He always lived 
at Colerain, near the old homestead. Was very successful in 
raising stock, and had excellent judgment in his real estate tran- 
sactions. His estate was valued at about $400,000 " It will be 
noticed that many of his descendants bear the name of Bedinger.- 
The ancestors of this family were pioneers in Kentucky, and the 
Bedingers are still living on the land once occupied by Daniel 
Boone. 

693 i Emily, b. 10 Feb., 1836, m. 3 June, 1857, James Poole, who b. 29 March, 

1834. They lived in Groesbeck, Ham. Co., Ohio, and had : Ida, b. 1 
May, 1858, Allyn Cilley, b. 18 Aug., 1860, Evelyn, b. 8 March, 1863, 
Ellen Hardin, b. 18 Jan., 18G5, Harriet Hedges, b. 10 Dec, 1868, 
•Bradbury Cilley, b. 26 Aug., 1873, and Emily, b 26 June, 1876. 

694 ii Mary, b. 7 April, 1838, m. 25 Dec, 1860, Daniel Bedinger, b. 13 July, 1835. 

They reside in Rich wood, BootTe Co., Kentucky, and had: ' Harriet, b, 
2 Dec, 1861, Daniel Everett, b 24 March, 1863, Henry, b. 9 Feb., 
1865, Jonathan Cilley, b. 22 Jan., 1867, Benjamin Franklin, b 18 
Jane, 1869, Columbus Cilley, b. 24 March, 1871, Mary Cilley, b. 11 
April, 1875, d. 24 June, 1877. 

* Sarah and H. Benton Teetor had issue: Josephine Cilley, b. 27 Oct., 1867, Helen 
Dadley, b. 6 Dec, 1870, Howard Lee, b. 13 Sept., 1873. 



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1872. °'* 

696 ir Elizabeth Ann, b. 12 July, 1842, m. 5 Feb.. 1862, David Bedinger. They 

reside in Richwuod, Boone Co, Kentucky, and had: Olivia Morgan, 
b. 30 Oct., 1662. Jessie, b. 2r> Oct., 1864, Bradbury Cilley, b. 18 Aug.,' 
1866, Ann Elizabeth, 'b. 27 Sepc, 1868, Agnes, b. 22 :March, 1871, 
Emily Dai?ey, b. 16 March, 1873. 

697 V Harriet, b. 11 March, 1844, m. 1st, 19 M.y. 1S63, Benj F. Bedinger, who 

was b 12 Oct., 1343, and d. 12 Sept. 1S68. and had Denjamin F , b. 
1 March, 1864, Henrietta Clay, b. 10 Aug., 1866, Harriet, b 16 Dec, 
1868, m. 2d, 25 Nov., 1S74, Alphonse C. Turner. They reside in licss, 
Butler Co., Ohio, and hare Edna, b 7 March, 1S76. 

698 vi Bradbury, b. 27 Nov , IS46, d. 19 Jan., 1850 

699 vii Martha Ellen, b. 6 August, 1848, d. 22 Feb., 1810. 

700 viii Sarah Jane Marsh, b. 17 March, 1853, m. 21 June, 1875, Silas Elder Moor- 

head, b. 5 June, 1853. They reside in Ham. Co., Ohio, and have 
Edith, b. 25 April, 1876. 

917 Col. Joseph^ was b. in Nottingham, X. H. Educated at 
Atkinson Academy. lie was comraissiuned as Ensign in the 1st 
Co. of the 1 8th Regt, by Gov. Jno. Langdon, on the ITth Oct., 
1811. On March 12th, 1812, he was appointed an E.isign in the 
U. S. Army, and ordered for duty in Capt. Jno. McCIary's Co., 
11th Regt, U. S. Infantry, then commanded by Col. Isaac Clarke 
of Vt. He was promoted to Lieut. March 17th, 1814. transferred 
to the 21st U. S. Infantry commanded by Col. Miller, and was in 
the battle of Chippewa. In the battle of Bridgewater or "Lundy's 
Lane," he was badly wounded by a musket ball, producing- a com- 
pound fracture of the thigh bone. Soon afterwards he was bre- 
vetted captain for his gallantry in that battle. 

The action of the 21st Regiment in this engagement, deserves 
mention. The enemy, after his repulse at Chippewa, July 4, ISU, 
on the 25th of July appeared in force at Queenstown, and his fleet 
arrived and lay near Fort Niagara. Gen Scott, with the First 
Brigade, Towson artillery, and all the dragoons and cavalry, was 
ordered to march towards Queenstown, to report if the enemy 
appeared-, and to call for assistance if necessary. Scott pushed 
on his command with vigor, and upon his arrival at the Falls found 
the enemy, under Gen. Riall, directly in front, behind a narrow 
strip of woods, and in line of battle upon Lundy's Lane— a ridge 
of land nearly at right angles with the Niagara, and about a mile 
below the falls. Gen. Scott sent information to Gen. Brown, and 
his advance commenced skirmishing about half-past 5 P.M.; but 
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lines much further and to make flank movements. To counteract 
this advantage our troops fought in detachments and charged in 
column, each upon their own responsibility, until Geu. Brown came 
up with the remainder of the forces. Major Jessup taking advan- 
tage of a wood between a road parallel to the river and the river, 
through which he led his regiment, turned the enemy's left, took 
Gen. Riall and gome of his principal otBcers prisoners, and charg- 
ing back regained his position in gallant style. Meanwhile, the 
enemy moved a battalion to the rear of our right flank, but were 
promptly met by Major McNeil with the Eleventh, and driven back 
with great slaughter. Thus the contest raged for an hour ; the 
British ^infantry driven back at each point by turns, but holding 
their position through a powerful battery of 2 twenty-fours, 4 
sixes, and three howitzers, planted upon arising ground and com- 
manding the field, and keeping up a destructive and incessant fire. 

Now came Ripley's brigade, containing Lieut. Cilley's regiment, 
to the front, greeted bj' cheer after cheer by the combatants, en- 
veloped in smoke and mad with excitement. While forming for 
evening parade, the booming of cannon and rattle of small arms 
announced that Scott had found the enemy. They moved imme- 
diately, and at the double quick, actually running three miles be- 
twixt the camp and the battle-field. Porter's brigade followed 
them. Both were soon deploj'ed and hurled against the enemy, 
but the battery upon the hill made sad havoc among our troops. 
It became evident to Gen. Brown that the British battery must be 
carried, to insure success. lie turned to gallant Miller of the 21st, 
and ordered him to storm the battery. " I'll try, sir," was the 
laconic reply. The contest that followed is well described in a 
letter written by Col. Miller: 

"I had short of 300 men with me, as my regiment had been 
weakened by numerous details made from it during the day. I 
however immediately obeyed the order. We could see all their 
slow-matches and port-fires burning and ready. I did not know 
what side of the work had the most favorable approach, but hap- 
pened to hit upon a very favorable place, notwithstanding we 
advanced upon the mouths of their pieces. There was an old rail 
fence on the side where we approached, undiscovered by the 
enemy, with a small growth of shrubbery by the fence, and within 
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ordered my men to rest across the fence, take good aim, fire, and 
rush ; which was done in style. Not a man at the cannons was 
left to put fire to them. We got into the center of their park be- 
fore they had time to oppose us. A British line was formed and 
lying in strong position to protect their artillery; the moment we 
got to the center they opened a most destructive flank fire on us ; 
killed a great many, and attempted to charge with their bayonets. 
We returned the fire so warmly they were compelled to stand. 
We fought hand to hand for some time, so close that the blaze of 
our guns crossed each other; but we compelled than> to abandon 
their whole artillery, ammunition, wagons and all, amounting to 
seven pieces of elegatit brass cannon, one of which was a twenty- 
four pounder, with eight horses and harnesses, though some of the 
horses were killed. The British made two more attempts to charge 
us at close quarters, both of which we repulsed before I was re- 
inforced by the First and Twenty-third regiments; and even after 
that, the British charged with their whole line three several times, 
and after getting within half pistol shot of us were compelled to 
give way. I took with my regiment, between thirty and forty 
prisoners." 

This charge took place about 10 o'clock at night, in moonlight. 
Col. Miller's regiment lost in killed, wounded and missing, one 
hundred and twenty-sis, nearly one half its strength. Lieut. Cil- 
ley's company led in the charge on the guns, and every commis- 
sioned and every non-commissioned officer present with the com- 
pany was either killed or wounded. This was one of the most 
sanguinary battles of the war, and the gallant act of Col. ^Miller 
and the noble Twenty-first was the adrairatioti of every one. 

He was in the battle of Chrystlers fields, on the St. Lawrence, 
and served through the war with distinction, and was retained in 
the array on the peace establishment, until he resigned his com- 
mission in July, 1816. An explosion of cartridges at Detroit, 
Mich., caused the loss of his righc eye. On the 21st June, 1817, 
he was commissioned as Quartermaster on the staff of the 1st Div. 
N. H. Militia, and in 1821 as Div. Inspector, and in 182T appointed 
an aide upon the staff of Gov. Benjamin Pierce. In 1846 he was 
elected by the Legislature to the U. S. Senate, to fill the vacancy 
caused by the resignation of Hon. Levi Woodbury. Upon the 
close of his senatorial term. Col. Cilley returned to his farm in 
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petence, with the reputation of a brave and gallant soldier, an 
upright and honorable man, and has the respect and esteem of his 
fellow men. Although in his 8Slh year, his faculties, excepting 
his e^-esight, are remarkably good, and his judgment is as sound 
and as much sought after as ever. 

He m. 15 Dec, 1824,- Elizabeth, dau. of Nathaniel and Anna 
(Cilley 68) Williams, who d. Jan. 25, 1843. 

701 i Nathaniel Williams, b. 10 Sept., 1825, unmarried, d. 4 Oct., 1855. 

702 ii * Martha Ann, b. 2 April, 1S27, m. 4 May, 1853. Dr. Chas. S. Downes and 

had: i Bessie Williams, b. 7 March, 1855, d. 21 March, 1SC9. ii 
Frederick Cilley, b. 20 Oct., 18G4, d. 15 Feb., 18G9. iii Joseph Cill^y, 
b. 15 April, 1870. 

703 iii Enoch Poor, b 4 June, 1829, "irr, ■ unmarried, d. 11 July, 1873. 

704 17 Greenleaf Longfellow, b. 4 June, 1829, $ ■^'''°^» d. 11 June, 1836. 

705 V Victoria Elizabeth, b 24 Sept., 1831, m. 29 April, 1857, Thomas Bradbury 

Bartlett, and had: i Nathaniel Cilley, b 22 June, 1858. A student a j 
Harvard College, ii Anne Elizabeth, b. 18 Feb., 1861. iii Joseph 
■ Bradbury, b. 11 Feb., 1863. iv Mary Victoria, b. 22 April, 1S65. v 
Jennie Nealley, b. 2 March, 1571. vi Benjamin Thomas, b. 9 Nov, 
1872. 
t 706 vi Joseph Ne;Uley, b. 15 Feb., 1633, m. 19 Aug., 1874, Mary Butler. 
707 vii Jennie Osborne, b. 28 Oct , 1836, unmarried, d. 11 Sept , 1676. 
70S viii Jonathan, b. 19 July 1833, d. 15 Jan , 1858. 
709 ix Frederick, b. 21 Feb., 1841, d. 17 April, 1861. 

221 lion. Jonathan', b. 2 July, 1802, in Nottingham, N. II., 
Prepared for College at Atkinson Academy, N. H. Entered Bow- 
doiu College, and graduated in the celebrated class of 1825. 
Moved to Thomaston, Me., and commenced the practice of law; 
m. Deborah, b. 6 July, 1808, d. 14 Aug., 1844, dau. of Hon, 
Ilezekiah and Isabella (Coombs) Prince. (Vide the Prince Gene- 
alogy in note.) "Was elected member of the Legislature in 1831- 
S3-31-35. In 1835-6 was elected Speaker of the Ilouse, and in 
1836 was elected Representative to the 25th Congress. Was 
killed in a duel with the Hon. V^. J. Graves, M. C. of Kentucky, 
Feb 24, 1838, near Washington, D. C. 

Hawthorne in his American notes, thus speaks of him under 
date of Friday, July 28, 1837 ; '' Saw my classmate and intimate 
friend Cilley for the first time since we gradu^ed. He has met 
with good success in life, in spite of circumstances, having strug- 
gled upward against bitter opposition, by the force of his owa 
abilities, to be a member of Congress after having been for some 
time the leader of his own party in the State Legislature. 
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used to iu college days, twelve years ago and more. He is a 
singular person, shrewd, crafty, insinuating, with wonderful tact, 
seizing on each man by his manageable point, and using him for 
his own purpose. His conversation was full of natural feeling, 
the expression of which can hardly be misunderstood, and his 
revelations with regard to himself had really a great deal of frank- 
ness, lie spoke of his ambition, of the obstacles he had encoun- 
tered, of the means by which he had overcome them, imputing 
great efiicacy to his personal intercourse with people, and his 
study of their characters ; then of his course as a member of the 
legislature and Speaker, and his style of speaking and its effects. 
Then as to his private affairs, he spoke of his marriage, of his 
wife, his children, and told me, with tears in his eyes, of the death 
of a dear little girl, and how it effected him, and how impossible 
it had been for him to believe that she was really to die. A man 
of the most open nature might well have been more reserved to a 
friend, after twelve years of separation, than Cilley was to me. 
He by no means feigns the good feeling that he professes, nor is 
there anything affected in the frankness of his conversation, and it 
is that which makes him so very fascinating. There is such a 
quantity of truth and kindliness and warm affections, that a man's 
heart opens to him, in spite of himself. He deceives by truth, 
and is, when occasion demands, bold and fierce as a tiger ; deter- 
mined, and even straightforward and undisguised in his measures." 
The news of his death produced intense excitement in Thomas- 
ton. Friend and foe joined alike in the general mourning and in 
the warmest tributes to his worth. A large meeting was held 
March 7, 1838, at which strong resolutions, reported by a com- 
mittee of 43, were adopted ; expressions of the intense feeling of 
sorrow and indignation that p(yvaded the community. An ode, 
composed for the occasion, by Mrs. WoodhuU, was sung, and 
speeches made by L. H. Chandler, Herman Stevens, J. O'Brien, 
J. S. Abbot, P. Keegan, Beder Fales, S. C. Fessinden and \V. J. 
Farley. The latter said : " We were always political opponents 
and professional rivals, but amid all the bitterness of party strife, 
in all the warmth of professional controversy, our personal friend- 
ship was never for a moment interrupted. Mr. Cilley was politi- 
cally a warm partizan. Of an ardent temperament, burning for 
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sible that he should not make enemies as well as friends." Never 
was a duel pressed to a fatal close in the face of such open kindness 
as was expressed bj i[r. Cillej'. His error was a generous one, 
since he fouglit for what he deemed the honor of New England. 
He said to a friend just before the fatal day, "lam driven to 
this meeting by a positive compulsion. I have done all that an 
honorable man can do to avert it. Why should I acknowledge 
that man (Webb) to be a gentlemen and a man of honor ? In truth 
and conscience I could not do so, and still less can I have it so 
unreasonably extorted from me b^' force and threat. I have no 
ill-will nor disrespect towards Graves. He knows it, and I have 
repeatedly and fully expressed it. I abhor the idea of taking his 
life, and will do nothing not forced upon me in self-defense. The 
pretext of the challenge is absurd. I understand the conspiracy 
to destroy me as a public man. But Ntio England must not be 
trampled on ! and I go to this field sustained by as high a motive 
of patriotism as ever led ray grandfather or brother to battle ; as an 
unhappy duty, not to be shrunk from, to my honor, my principles, 
and my country." He died a martyr to the right of free speech. 

t 710 i Greenleaf, b. 27 Oct., 1829, m 13 May, 1S60, Malviaa Vernet. 

711 ii Jane Nealley, b, 31 July, 1831, d. 19 May. 1836. 

712 iii Bowdoin Longfellow, b 1 Sept , 1833, d. 25 June, 1834. 

t 713 iv JonathaQ Prince, b. 29 Dec, 1835, m. 10 Oct., 18G6, Caroline A. Lazell, 
who d. 7 April, 1S71. 
714 V Julia Draper, b. 20 Dec. 1837; m. 27 Jan., 1861, Ellis D , son of the Rey. 
Jonathan EUia and Julia Ann (Draper) Lazell of Spencer, Mass. He 
was b. 7 3Iay, 1832, and d. in Rockland, Me., 13 Feb., 1875. He 
served during the war of the Rebollion as Lieut, and Quartermaster in the 
Garabaldi Guards, 39th N.Y. Vols. Was Captain and A. Q. M.onthestaff 
of Stahl's Brigade. They had: i James Draper, b 16 April 1867. ii 
Ellis Warren, b. 11 Oct., 18C9, iii Theodore Htudley, b, 20 Aug., 1871. 

Note op the Pbixce Gexealogt. 

John Prince, Rector of East Shefford in Berkshire, Eng., m. Elizabeth, daa. of the 
Re7 Dr.Tolderburg, and had: i John, b. in E. Sheffjrd, 1610, m. 1st, Alice Honour, 2d, 
Anne, d. 16 Aug , 1676; ii Francis, a merchant in London; iii and iv sons; v, vi, vii, 
viii, ii, X, xi, daughters. 

John (2) b. 1610, in E. Shefford; was at Watertown, N. E., about 1633, then at Hing- 
ham: sett.led at Nantasket, 1638: Ist Ruling Elder at Hull, 1644, and d. there. Issue 
by 1st wife only— i John, b. 1638: ii Elizabeth, b. 1640, m. about 1662, Josiah Loring, 
who d. 17 Feb., 1713 -14: she d. 13 May, 1727. fiii Joseph, b. 164|, m. 7 Dec, 1670, 
Joanna Morton: d. 1695. iv Martha, b. 1645, m. Chs. Wheaton. fv Job, b. 1647, m. 
Rebecca — : d. 1694. fvi Samuel, b. May, 1649, m. 1st, 9 Dec, 1674, Martha Barstow: 
2d, Mercy Hinkley, d. 3 July, 1728. vii Benjamin, b. 1652, d. at Jamaica, W.L t^i" 
Isaac, b. 165-4, m. 24 Dec, 1679, Mary Turner, d. 7 Nov., 1718. ti» Thomas, b. 1658, 
m. Ruth Turner, d. 1704. 



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Scituate, d. at Barbadoes, 1704: had i Thomas, b. 1636: ii James, b. 16S7: iii Ruth, b. 
1689: iv Benjamin, b. 1693, m. 1 April, 1717, Abiel Nelson: -fv Job, b. 1695, m. Aba- 
gail Kimball. 

Job (4), m. Abagail Kimball, and had: i Thomas, b. : ii Job, b. ; fii Kim- 
ball, b. 9 May, 1726, m. 13 Nov., 1749, Deborah Fuller; ir James, b. ; v Christo- 
pher, b. : vi Ruth, b. . 

Kimball, m. Deborah, dau. of Deacon John Fuller, and had: i Christopher, b. 22 July, 
1751: ii Kimball, 2d, b. 29 July, 1753: iii Sarah, b. 15 Jan., 1756: iv Ruth. b. 7 May, 
1758: V Deborah, b. 13 July, 1760: vi Noah, b. IS Jan., 1763: vii Job.b. 22 May, 1765: 
yiii John, b. 23 Feb., 1763. 

ix Hezekiah (6), b. 7 Feb., 1771, m 4 Jan., 179S, Isabella, dau. of Lt. Joseph and 
Elizabeth (Gamble) Coombs, who was b. 9 April, 1781, and d. 2 Dec , 1840. He d. 27 
Dec, 1840. They had: i Eliza, b. 14 Oct., 1798, m. 1817, Wm. Pope of Spencer, Mass., 
d. 25 July, 1823: ii Hezekiah, 2d, b. 8 Oct., 1600, m. 23 Oct., 1828, Henrietta Marsh, 
d. 26 July, 1843: iii Sarah, b. 20 July, 1802, m. Jan., 1823, Dr. David Kellogg: iv 
Isabella, b. 10 Feb., 1S05, m. 24 June, 1827, Jno. B. H. Starr, living in Spencer, Mass.: 
V Deborah, b. G July, 1808, m. 2 April, 1829, Hon. .Jonathan Cilley, d. 14 Aug., 1844; 
vi Lucy, b. 25 Aug., 1810, m. 5 July, 1836, E. S. J. Nealley, Esq., d. 17 Sept., 1853; 
vii Joseph, b. 16 Sept., 1814, m. 12 Sept., 1837, Lucinda A. Walker, d. 10 Sept., 1843; 
viii George, b. 9 Aug., 1817, m. 29 April, 1815, Lucy M. Rice, living in Bath, Me.; 
ix Nancy Pope. b. 25 May, 1820, m. 19 Oct., 1842, Rev. Lorenzo B. Allen, d 1858: 
X Christopher, b. 31 July, 1S22, m. 3 May, 1846, Marion W. Webb, living in Thoniaa- 
ton. Me. 

3^0 Samuel Plumer^, b. in Nottingham ; m. Hannah H. 
Critchett, b. in Epsom, 6 Oct., 1801, and d. there 21 June, 
1875. 

715 i Joseph, b. 25 March, 1831. Unmarried. He was one of the first to enlist in 
the late war of the rebellion. Served 3 mos. in the 1st R. I. Cavalry, 
and was honorably discharged. Re-enlisted 20th Jan., 1862, and re- 
mained in active service in Virginia until Feb., 1865, when ho returned 
to Concord, N. H., as a recruiting officer, and while thus employed died 
in Chichester, N. H., 6 March, 1865. 
t716 ii Daniel Thomas, b, 1 May, 1834, m. 4 July, 1859, Lydia A. Babb. 
717 iii Hannah P., b. 16 April, 1837, m. 1st, 8 May, 1853, Elbridge L. Swain of North- 
wood, who served in the 11th N. H., and d. at Newport News, Va., 17 
March. 18G3: 2d, 10 Oct., 1871, Chag. A. Steele of Chichester. 

228 Rev. Daniel Plumer^, m. Adelaide Ayres, b. 13 Jan., 
1813, dau. of Abner and EUzabeth P. (Ayres) Haines of Canter- 
' bury, N. H. Was ordained 6 Feb., 1833, as pastor, and served as 
such in Northwood and New Market, until 1S39, when he removed 
to Pittsfield and remained there four years. In 1843 he was called 
to his pastorate in Manchester, N. H., and remained there seven 
years. Declining health caused his resignation, and after two 
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and lived there five years. Served two years at Great Falls, N. 
n., aud three years in Farmington. Here he was given leave 
of absence by the church to enter the 8th N. H. Vols., as Chap- 
lain, com. 4 Nov., 1861. Served in the Dept. of the Gulf, under 
Gens. B. F. Butler and N. P. Banks, and was in every action in 
which his regiment took part. It suffered severely at Port Hud- 
son and in the Red river campaign. When his regiment was 
disbanded at the expiration of its enlistment, he was commissioned 
as Chaplain of the 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, and was with his 
regiment until honorably mustered out in December, 1S65, when 
the civil war was virtually closed. He was sent as a missionary 
by the Americon Missionary Association to Alabama, but soon 
compelled to return North by ill-health. He resides at present in 
Farmington, N. H. 

During the Rev. Daniel's active years he married between TOO 
and 800 couples, baptised about 1000 people, and attended many 
funerals. He has the pleasant consciousness of knowing that he 
invariably left his churches in a very much more prosperous con- 
dition than he found them. 

t"18 i Clinton Albert, b. 16 Feb., 1837, m. 9 Sept., 1S6S, Emma S. Harper of N. C. 

719 ii Adelaide Haines, b. 23 Feb., lS43,in Manchester, N. H., m. 1st, 1 May, 1862, 

Dr. Kathan, son of Dr. D. T and Clara C Parker: he d. 31 Dec, 1866. 
2d, 15 Aug., 1871, John Waldron. Eiq., of Farmington. Issue: 1 Ade- 
laide Cecil, b. 17 .May, 1S72. ii Elizabeth Pearl, b. 25 Aug,, 1S73. 

720 iii Emma Stark, b. 21 Sept., 1851: d. 19 Sept., 1852. 

721 i7 Daniel Plummer, Jr., b. 27 Nov.. 1S54, m. 19 May, 1375, Velma A. Waldron. 

722 V Joseph Bradbury, b. 25 April, 1856, in Boston. 

230 William Plumer,^ m. 1st, Emmeliue, dau. of Samuel and 
Abigail (Goss) Whitney, b. June 8, 1806, d. 27 Oct., 1861; 2d, 
Nancy J. Dudley nee Ames, dau. of Parker Ames. 

t 723 i Charles Whitney, b. 5 Aug., 1836, m. 25 May, 1358, Ann M. Ames. 

724 ii Abbie Whitney, b 24 July, 1839, m. 25 Xo7., 1858, Clifton B. Hildreth of 

Suncook, X. H. 

725 iii George £., b. 24 July. 1843, d. 2 April, 1863. 

By 2d wife : 

726 ir Emma, Ja. 11 April, 1864. 

231 Jonathan Longfellow^ twin brother to Wm. P., m. Har- 
riet, dau. of Samuel and Abigail (Goss) Whitney. 

727 i Helen Maria, b. Jan., 1833, unmarried, d. 185 — . 

728 ii Antoinette, b. , m. Thomas Jones, 

729 iii Harriet Jane, b. , 184 — , m. Col, John George. 



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S33 Joseph Longfellow', married Lavinia Bagley, dau. of the 
Hon. John Kelley of Exeter. Resided in Nottingham and Exeter. 

t 730 i Bradbury Longfellow, b. Sept. 6, 1S3S, m. July 3, 18C4, Amanda C. Morris. 

t 731 ii John Kelly, b. 13 April, 1840, m. 14 April, 1S68, Helen L. Hutohins. 

t 732 iii Jacob Poor, b. 10 June, 1841, m. 22 Sept., 1870, Eugenia E. Davis. 

733 iv Joseph Longfellow, b. 23 Dec , 1842. Graduated at Hurvard in 1864. 

During the rebellion served as a Civil Clerk in the Quartermaster's 
Department for one year. 

734 V Charles Emery, b. 20 March, 1845, d. 2 May, 1S45. 

735 vi Alice Lavina, b. 6 Dec, IS4S. 

736 vii George Enoch, b. 29 April, 1851. 

737 viii Edward Hilton, b. 2 July, 1855. 

738 ix Harriet Susan, b. 25 March, 1856. 

739 X Emma, b. 2 Jan., 1860. 

234 John Osgood resides in Nottingham and Pittsfield. A 
farmer; m. Henrietta Butler, b. Dec. 24, 1813, dau. of Ebenezer 
and Sally (Hersey) Butler of Nottingham. 

740 i Laura Osgood, b. 6 March, 1834, m. 27 Nov., 1856, Wm. Henry Berry of 
t Pittsfield.* 

■Walter Longfellow, b. 24 Feb., 1836. Died at Manchester, 21 Feb., 1S57. 

Harriet Poor, b. 3 May, 1838, m. 2D Aug., 1860, AVm. B. Blake of Ray- 
mond, d. 11 July, 1873; had Mable C , b. 20 July, 1862. 

Martha Butler, b. 29 Jan., 1841, d. 23 June, 1849. 

Sarah Hersey, b. 19 Nov., 1843, m. 16 June, 1869, Jas. D. Butler.f 

Henrietta Butler, b. 3 Aug., 1845, m. 3 Aug., 1865, Benj. Dow Mathews of 
Lee.; have Albert, b. 11 Apr., 1867, Florence, b. 26 June, 1869. 

746 vii John Henry, b. 24 Feb., 1848. 

747 viii Frank Osgood, b. 16 Aug., 1851, d. 18 Jan., 1853. 

236 Jacob Green, m. 1st, 1845, Emma Stark, a descendant of 
Gen. Stark of Revolutionary fame, who died without issue, 16 
Feb., 1859; 2nd, 29 Jan., 1861, Martha Cilley, dau. of Rev. 
Nathaniel and Elizabeth Ann (Cilley) Bouton. A manufacturer in 
Manchester, N. H, 

748 1 Uarry.b. 13 May, 1862, . ' 

749 ii Florence, b. , Died young, 

238 Bradbury Poor.'' Graduated at Dartmouth, 1843; law- 
yer, Manchester. Was elected Mayor of Manchester in 1877, 
(Aug.) but declined the c^ffice. Was Colonel on Gov. Goodwin's 
staff, 1859 and 1861. 

760 i Martha Poor, b. 20 Feb., 1859, 



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2J0 Horatio Gates'', graduated at Dai'trnouth College ia 182T, 
read law with G. Sullivau at Exeter. Practised iu South Deer- 
Celd, N. n., aud Lewistou, Maine. 

t 751 i Horatio Gates, b. 1 Nov., 1S41, m. IG Jan , 1SC8, Julia A. Harrington. 

752 ii John Jenness, b. 31 Aug., 1343. Resides in E. Boston, Mass. 

947 Joseph Bradbury.'' A farmer. 

753 i Bradbury J., b. 30 July, 1860. A student at Phillips Academy, Exeter. 

2i>0 Joseph'', (commonly called Joe Jackson) was published 
23 Feb., 1822, to Nancy Maloon of Deerfield, N. H. Was a 
farmer. 

754 i Louisa, b. 12 Nov., 1823, m. Sam'l R. Thompson, Barrington, N.H. 

755 ii Julia A , b. 1826, m. Abram Cilley of Northwood. 

t 75G iii George B., b. 2 Dec, 1828, m. 9 May, 1855, Lydia Smith, d. 11 Feb., 1874. 

757 iv Irene, b. Deo., 1831: d. 4 Jan., 1853. 

758 V Harriet, b. July, 1835, m. Alex. Marden, E. Haverhill, N. H. 
t 759 vi David, b. 18 Aug., 1837, m. 31 Aug., 1863, SyNina L. Tuttle. 

760 vii Jacob, b. 11 May, 1840, m. Mary Bodwell: lives in Providence, R.I. No issue. 

761 vlii Josephine, b. Aug., 1S42, m. 1st, Bryant of New Market: 2d, True. 

762 ix Emma, b 22 Aug., 1846, m. Jno. P. Watson, Pittsfield, N. U. 



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